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Adding Google reader to blogs ….

It took me a while to understand how to share my blogs of Google reader via my blog and with bit of browsing I found a way to do this and may be this is documented some where but here is my documentation you can refer to share your Google reader entries to your blog readers.Here is what that reader looks like when shared from a blog –

Google reader is one more reader for RSS feeds with recently added video and blogger support.
This reader is free and available from Google.Here is its official blog.

Once you have your Google reader and added your subscriptions to RSS feeds.Locate all text as circled in Red as shown below and follow 1,2,3 and 4 screens.Finally paste the code of script tags into your “Blog Template” in side bar, As an example see the right pane of this blog where I shared all deals, Chicago business etc. etc.
There is a way to share to Google Videos from this reader.I have yet to research and find how to do this.As my blog is created using Blogger and which is with Google now.The good thing is that this integration of Google products is good for Bloggers like me with minimum web design knowledge helps design blog the way I like.

Also I have to try other hacks in my blog template making my photo gallery be shared from Google’s Picasa.



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Posted By: Kalyan | Date: February 18, 2007 | Categories: OtherNews
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2 Responses to Adding Google reader to blogs ….

  1. Aspi says:

    Nice post, Kalyan. How about showing us how to add multiple feeds to the same window?

  2. Kalyan says:

    Aspi, If you see my google reader post on ‘Motorola’, I have mutiple blogs/feeds like CTO blog, News Blog and other Motorola blogs grouped under new ‘Subscription” – ‘Motorola’.In the same way for ‘blogs’ – I put Desicritics, Nikkamma and Context switch together in Reader, You can find that in my blog’s side bar.SO I think I’m doing mutiple feeds from same window.Is this what you are asking?

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