The Best Way To Read Online

The best way to read online is not to visit your favorite blogs or websites daily to check for updates. The best way to read online is to have your favorite sources delivered directly to you.

Photo courtesy of (my reader of choice today)

Photo courtesy of (my reader of choice today)

If you are visiting sites or trolling your social networks in search of updates, stop that right now. You have better things to do with your time. You can subscribe to have updates delivered to your to reader via RSS or sign-up to have an email delivered to your inbox. You get to decide how you want your news delivered to you

Both are free.  

I started using Google Reader for fun in January 2007 when I was following six blogs. Now, with over 150 blogs and websites followed, a reader is a necessity.

Find your favorite reads, pick a newsreader or subscribe by email, and be sure to never miss an update. Google Reader will be retired on July 1 so you should download your reader data now or lose it forever. 

Thank you for reading along with me each week. I am all about easy so if you are not yet using a reader or email to keep up with me, subscribe now or sign up to receive weekly email updates. 

Lisa Rosendahl. Leadership. Human Resources.

Could you lend a blogger-girl a hand? Google me. Seriously.

I once wrote a post, Jingle Bells, Confidence and Fage Yogurt, and even now - one year later (!) Google and Squarespace analytics both show that Jingle Bell(s) is the number 1 search term that lands people here.

I know, I don't believe it either. Nonetheless, SEO Ninja that I am not, I know this isn't good news for a Leadership and HR blog.

This holiday season, it is my mission to knock you know what from the top spots of my search term Christmas tree and replace it with "Lisa Rosendahl," "leadership" and "HR."

Interested in spreading my holiday cheer? Click on the listing below or search "Lisa Rosendahl" and then click through to the blog when you see this listing:

Let's see if we can turn this thing around <without upsetting Google cheer.>

Nothing personal Santa.