… and Passover and Spring Time and everything else you’re celebrating right around now! Alas, RL had other ideas than letting me enjoy books, blogging and such of late — I’d been hoping to get back to it earlier this year, but … the best-laid plans of mice and men and a’ that. I’m still […]Read More
Blog Cooking - Food - Drink Lifestyle
… and Passover, and Springtime. I hope you’re having a wonderful, sun-filled, relaxing weekend! This is how Easter Sunday started hereabouts:Read More
To Russia With Love
I’m not going to turn this into a political blog, but Ukraine’s national flower (here seen against the blazing blue skies of the Loire valley) will be heading my posts until Russian troops have left the country and the slaughter of innocent civilians has come to an end. Бог з Україною (God be with Ukraine).Read More
0 thoughts on “Bloglovin’”
Found you on bloglovin! Love the lion pics, and the blog looks great!
Thank you — I think I found you in turn, too! Also found Rue Morgue a while ago … that one looks phantastic as well!
I think it is unlikely that I will maintain the Rue Morgue blog. I find that dividing my attention makes me have no attention! Once I get my situation at booklikes sorted out, I am going to do some serious decision making!
Yes, I get that — it’s a time of transition (for better or worse) for many of us! Bloglovin’ looks like a nice stopgap, though.
So, does bloglovin replace your wordpress blog, or is it more of a “one big feed” kind of thing?
The latter. I’ll be blogging on WP, but following everybody else on Bloglovin’ in addition. It’s easier to organize your feed there, and you seem to be able to like and comment on *all* blogs from your feed (not just follow off-site blogs like on WP) — Moonlight Reader commented on a WP post of mine earlier, and the WP dialogue box told me she’d done so right over on Bloglovin’.
Cool. Another question. I follow some people on blogspot, which you can’t “like”. If I joined bloglovin, I could “like” their posts. How does that affect them? If they’re not on bloglovin, would they ever know?
They would, I think — if comments made on Bloglovin’ are transmitted right over to the actual blog (WP, or whatever), then surely likes must be as well? That’s my hope, anyway — why else follow blogs from several different sites from a central vantage point to begin with if you can’t also interact that way?
No problem. Now I only hope I’m right — I’m just beginning to test the waters at Bloglovin’, too, after all!
Explore away. I tried it last year when things first started going nuts at BL and I couldn’t figure out how to do anything. So this time around I figure I’ll let others do the heavy lifting 🙂
My pleasure … 🙂
Haha. That Bloglovin site looks like it might be a good way to divert frustrations from BL.
I love how we’ve all suddenly gotten busy setting up accounts there and following everybody else … 🙂
A little bit like BL three years ago…. 🙁
(Sigh.) Yes. A very little …