Why does it take one click to follow you on Twitter, but a dozen clicks on acronyms or copying and pasting URLs between apps to follow your RSS feed? Ask a non-geek which one is easier, and you’ll quickly see why the web is now owned by silos. We can do better.
At Superfeedr, we thought hard about the “follow” problem and came up with a simple button called SubToMe:
It’s fully decentralized (no app server involved), runs in your browser (HTML5 FTW), and is completely open source. It’s also integrated with many feed readers and remembers your favorite choice.
Install the universal bookmarklet, Chrome extension or Firefox extension to start using SubToMe everywhere on the web and save time when subscribing to new feeds.
More importantly, put a Follow button on your blog for people to follow you easily!
Thanks to SubToMe for sponsoring Marco.org this week.