How To Subscribe To Your Favorite Real Estate Blogs

Have you ever noticed that anytime you read a blog, there is a Subscription Button that encourages you to subscribe to it? Well, I have been questioned about this a few times and thought I'd write a post about how and why you should subscribe to the Tallahassee Real Estate Blog.

Most people have not become comfortable with the subscription process and purpose, so this will be a simple "how and why" article to hopefully move you forward to being better organized in your reading and researching on the internet.

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Blog Subscriptions Are Just Like Old Fashioned Magazine Subscriptions

Before we had the internet, the paper world used the term subscription to mean that somebody had paid for the right to receive an amount of consecutive issues of a newspaper or magazine over a period of time. So, If I subscribed to the Tallahassee Democrat, it would be delivered to me every time a new one was printed (on the schedule that I had purchased).

Blog subscriptions are no different. If you find a blog that you like, you just click on that orange button and then you are subscribed to that blog! The great benefit of subscribing to the Tallahassee Real Estate Blog is that you no longer have to check for updates, they will be delivered to you as they are published!

How Are Blog Subscriptions Delivered

The good 'ol U.S. Mail was the delivery mechanism for paper subscriptions, but how do we receive our blog subscriptions? Well, websites publish lists of updates, called "feeds," that indicate when new content has been posted. When you subscribe to a feed, your feed reader (explained in the next paragraph) starts monitoring that feed for updates. You don't have to give any personal information, it doesn't cost anything, and it's easy to unsubscribe.

  • Feed Readers - You can utilize a free web application like Google Reader to aggregate all of your favorite blogs into one easy location for viewing at your leisure. Aggregators such as this go out and check the blogs that you have identified (subscribed) and updates content since your last viewing. It saves you from having to visit your favorite blog to check for updates.
  • Email Subscriptions - Most blogs offer a "Subscribe By Email" feature which will email you a copy of the latest blog post on a routine schedule. This is a very convenient way to receive the content from your favorite blogs. You only need an email application and new updates show up right in your inbox.

What Is RSS and Atom

RSS and Atom are the "languages" or formats used by the aggregators so that everyone is speaking the same language. RSS stands for "real simple syndication" and is the most often used format for blog aggregators. Fortunately, you really don't need to know anything about this, just decide whether you would like everything sent to your email, or to a reader such as Google Reader.

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How Do You Cancel Your Blog Subscription

I don't know about you, but I get a ton of email spam these days. I used to be reluctant to subscribe to a blog thinking that  I would only be adding to the spam, but it turns out that most of these use an "opt in" subscription service.  This allows you to confirm that you want to receive the subscription and you won't get spammed by the sender. Most blogs use a service called Aweber or one called Feedburner (and both guarantee to keep your email address private).

Subscribe To The Tallahassee Real Estate Blog

So now that you know two different ways to subscribe to the Tallahassee Real Estate Blog, you have no excuse for not being in the loop about Tallahassee housing! Subscribe to the Tallahassee Real Estate Blog  by email and don't forget to comment often so that you can be part of the discussion!

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Keep checking out the Tallahassee Real Estate Blog every day for updates that include charts, graphs, and analysis of the Tallahassee real estate market.

If you like this Article then please subscribe to my blog through a full RSS feed, or you can Subscribe by Email.You will be able to stay informed about the happenings in the Tallahassee Real Estate Market.
Joe Manausa is a real estate investor and the Broker and Co-Owner of Joe Manausa Real Estate. He can be reached via e-mail through the Tallahassee Real Estate Website or catch his latest writings on the Tallahassee Florida Real Estate Blog , or by calling (850) 386-2001.
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#1 By Brittney Johnson at 7/11/2017 3:44 AM

I enjoyed reading your post today. I feel a bit more safe subscribing to a blog now because I know of the protection in some of them. I enjoy reading different blogs, I feel they are a great way to contact people and learn new information. Brittney

#2 By Bobby Carroll - Dakno Real Estate Marketing at 7/11/2017 3:44 AM

Joe - So much appreciate the endorsement! On a different note, be on the lookout for an exciting announcement coming from us soon that is very much related to the subject of subscribing to blogs. You will be in on the ground floor of it!

#3 By Joe Manausa at 7/11/2017 3:44 AM

Thanks Bobby. I learned a great deal from the smart folks at Dakno during their Blogging Bootcamp Blog Training. Anybody who plans on blogging and wants to learn how to do it easier and better should attend.

#4 By Joe Manausa at 7/11/2017 3:44 AM

I'm glad it helped Brittney. You should subscribe to all the blogs that you like and that way you don't have to work so hard to find the content that you like, it will be sent to you!

#5 By Bobby Carroll - Dakno Real Estate Marketing at 7/11/2017 3:44 AM

Joe - Great job explaining this topic in a very easy to understand fashion! As a result, you got a Digg and a Stumble.

One more note, to everyone who haphazardly tosses up a LinkedIn profile graphic link on your blog or website, take a look at Joe's. He has a "No Follow" tag in the HTML code of his profile graphic so he maintains his SEO Google juice and link-back from LinkedIn. Very smart Joe! Sounds like something you may have learned at Blogging BootCamp.

#6 By justmoveout at 7/11/2017 3:44 AM

I enjoy reading different blogs, I feel they are a great way to contact people and learn new information.

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