January 3, 2012

how's tricks? a blogging tutorial

Blogger and I have a love/hate relationship, something many of your know about. You may even share this sentiment.

He (blogger) recently pulled a new trick out of his bag by yanking my extensive blogroll. One day it was there and the next, poof! Gone. I'm going to show you how to easily save your blogroll to rebuild with ease when Blogger Boy gets bored and decides to grab a list.

Tip: This also works great when you visit an interesting blog and want to explore their bloglist without clicking back and forth.

Saving your Blogroll
~a visual tutorial~

studio waterstone blog tutorial

Right click again and click "copy", then...

studio waterstone blog tutorial

That's it! Super easy, right?


  1. Lori - thanks for the heads up on this! I completely understand your love/hate w/blogger!! It's kinda like FB sometimes in that manner ;) Just gotta love it when they pull the rug out from under you, huh?!

  2. Thanks for posting this, very smart advice. I am copying and pasting!

  3. You can also go to your google reader and export it and save it periodically. This will help you reload it if it mysteriously disappears. :)

  4. This is such a great idea and so easy! Thanks for sharing!

  5. I switched to google reader and now have my blogs organized in folders - those that I read "daily", sewing, twitter friends, etc. It helps me manage my extensive list.


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