As part of my new website launch, I have dedicated Tuesday’s blog to tools that will ultimately help your business grow. One tool which I do talk about in my soon to be released book; Think #Digital First is Feedly.If you have websites you want to save visually in an organised way, this is the tool for you. I use it on a daily basis because it helps me stay consistent with my message, by grouping all of my favourite news sites into one simple tool.

I have teamed up with Shaz who runs YouTube Channel; Good Person to Know which focuses on sharing knowledge and expertise from industry experts to explain in just over four minutes, how to use Feedly. See video below;

Here are 3 reasons why you should be using Feedly for your business;

1. All Your Sources in One Place

Feedly allows you add any website as a resource in just one click. This will make it easier for you to find information to share online that your audience will want to engage with. Feedly will also sync with your phone and tablet so everything you do on your computer, will update automatically on your other devices.

2. Recommend and Be Recommended

A feature of Feedly is being able to recommend someone. Everytime you see an article you find interesting, recommend it. This will help other users who are interested in the same content as you are. If you are contributing to your industry sector, you may find your website being recommended as a trusted source for information.

3. Multiple Layout Options

Feedly has a great feature which is extremely powerful when it comes to organising your information. You can chose from multiple layout options as well as auto-mark certain sources as read, tag resources so you know why its important to you and also share across your social media platforms.

Feedly is available for various web browsers, mobile devices running on iOS and Android as well as a cloud-based service.

Stay tuned for next week’s #TechTuesday where I will talk about another favourite tool of mine that will help you grow your business.

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