Ask.com Returning Blogs, Feeds and More

Ask.com Returning Blogs, Feeds and More

Ask.com Returning Blogs, Feeds and More

By John Jantsch

Ask.com has added a new componant to their search experience called Blogs and Feeds. When you click on this option and then search for, let’s say, “marketing” you get an updated list of blogs that have referenced the term as well as a host of what they call “Top Feeds” on the subject.

In addition to blog posts, you get tabs for feeds and news on your search term. You also have the option to subscribe to the blog via a range of readers or bookmark posts to popular social bookmark sites.

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