Google Reader users added over 10,000 RSS feeds to Spundge; here’s how to do it

Google Reader is going away on July 1, and that’s sent users scrambling to find a new home for their RSS feeds. We’ve made a pitch — and a video, see below — to encourage Reader fans to use Spundge as their feed reader, as well as a place to curate, share and create content.

Yes, Spundge does much more than enable you to read and filter RSS feeds. Check out this quick start guide for our free product, and this one for Spundge Pro.

If you’re looking for a place to bring your feeds, here are instructions for how to import them into Spundge. Better yet, wach the video tutorial embedded at the bottom of this post.

You’ll be in good company if you switch over. As of now, the Great Reader Exodus of 2013 has seen over 10,000 RSS feeds imported into Spundge during the past 24 hours.

Keep ’em coming, and don’t hesitate to reach out if we can be of help.

Step-by-step video on how to use Spundge as an RSS reader.

Step 1: Export RSS feeds from Google Reader (or any other reader you may be using) – 0:05
Step 2: Import RSS feeds into Spundge – 0:28
Step 3: Set up a notebook to read the RSS feeds – 0:40

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