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NetworkedBlogs Panorama Lets You Read News on the Web, Pin Articles for reading later and Follow Individuals

NetworkedBlogs, the popular social platform that allows everyone to publish to Facebook, Twitter and get followers for free, is relaunching its homepage to focus around a new, panorama news reader that lets users read articles of their favorite blogs, pin articles for reading later, and follow individuals according to a post on Techcrunch.

The social platform is shifting from building tools for bloggers, to building tools for both bloggers and readers. This news reading development doesn’t mean NetworkedBlogs is dropping its legacy business as users will still be able to publish feeds to Facebook and Twitter, and to create tabs for Facebook pages.

The NetwororkedBlogs Panorama News Reader features a dashboard-style view, with each blog you are following, ordered in columns. There is a handy indication in the main list of titles that tells you the time of the most recent update to each blog. Right from the dashboard, you can share status updates, links and photos with your followers. Right there, you will also see suggestions of individuals you can follow. If you view your Networkedblog profile, you will see the number of people following you and the number of people & blogs you are following.



I am enjoying the new development and am sure you will also find it interesting.


You can follow me via : http://www.networkedblogs.com/user/786750191

Explore the NetworkedBlogs Panorama and let me know what you think about it. You can also drop the link to your personal NetworkedBlogs profile, so I can follow you.

UPDATEusers see the follow button and can follow others only if they have already used the panorama page at least once

6 comments:

  1. Great tweak! I had always know NetworkedBlogs was up to some tricks, that's why I concentrated more in optimizing my blog there than even on Facebook. Its sure a great move!

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    1. yes, it really worth the effort. Henceforth, I will also be devoting more time to the app.

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  2. Timothy7/24/2012

    Sounds interesting but I still can't find a follow button on your profile. Only seeing the button to follow your blog. Why?

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    1. I noticed that too. Guess, it will be fixed asap. Will contact them.

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  3. Thanks for the review. By the way, users see the follow button and can follow others only if they have already used the panorama page at least once. We'll make an update to make that clearer. Thanks.

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    1. Thanks for the update. Will inform my fellow bloggers.

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