Still using Google Reader for all your affiliate feeds and keeping up with all those blogs? Well, a new aggregated system out is putting a new twist on how we read our feeds. As an affiliate I want to keep up to date on what is happening in our industry. Whether it be affiliate contest or new tactic to game facebook or google. Sometimes when reading my Google reader it gets to cumbersome with reading all the titles and having it mixed with my other feeds.
Well Justin has created an awesome site that I really like. AFFBuzz.com is one of the best affiliate aggregated sites out there. This has all the news from top affiliates in our industry and I heart this site. His site has grown so much when I first heard about it on twitter. From then it has become my main source for affiliate news. With it being a buzz right now, there are a lot of new sites on there that I disapprove, but they are at the bottom.
I like how it has incorporate TV202, Forums, and Affiliate Network Blogs. The best part is it is all in one window and I definitely enjoy this specific view. I can quickly see what the new posts are and start reading. Since information is important I tend to read a lot and see what everyone else is doing and see what they have to talk about.
With Google Reader I have a single view, because I categorize all my affiliate blogs. It was kind of a mess because I didn't know whos post belonged to who. I think having a more open window than a single view is far better. If you think it needs to be single view just go back to using Google Reader. I think Justin attacked it pretty well.
With AFFBuzz buzzing and growing, Justin has done a quite a few improvements since I first started using it and it is really growing to be a great asset or even a homepage for affiliate users to start using. I know he has a couple more things he will be adding to his site, so go start learning some affiliate marketing from his site.
Google Reader is good to use but since I read more about marketing online this is by far one of the better sites to keep up with.