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Alternatives To GFC...

Bloglovin, Networked Blogs, Twitter, Facebook, 

Pinterest... et al...

If you've been actively reading blogs or if you are an active blogger, you would have by now either read or heard that Google Reader and hence GFC is being deprecated (technical for discontinued). So there has been a scramble for finding suitable blog readers outside of Google and most of the bloggers have embraced Bloglovin. Well, I have jumped on to the bandwagon as well :)

So ladies and gentlemen, here is a list of places you can actually follow me...
1. BloglovinLink to my blog on Bloglovin
2. Twitter - Link to my blog on Twitter
3. Facebook - Link to my blog on Facebook
5. Pinterest - Link to my blog on Pinterest
6. Networked Blogs - Link to my blog on Networked Blogs

There! A lot of places for you all to follow me on :)
And do leave your links in the comments section as well for me to follow you guys back :)

Follow my blog with Bloglovin


  1. I heard that's only for non 'blogger' blogs. Are they even going to discontinue it for blogger also?

    1. yes Gauri... They already discontinued it for non-blogger blogs last year... From July 1st 2013, it'll be discontinued for blogger blogs as well :(

  2. Google is on such a run. First gfc, now reader as well :/

    I use bloglovin' too :)


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