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Wednesday, March 18, 2009

How to Get Started With MyAlltop: http://adjix.com/p3j7

First, here’s an introduction to Alltop, so you can understand what we’re trying to do.

Are you sold? Then let’s get started!

Step 1: Go to MyAlltop and click on “create an account.”

Step 2: Fill in the account information and click on “SIGN UP.”

This is what you’ll see next.

Step 3: Look in your inbox for a confirmation email. If you don’t see it, check your spam folder. Click on the URL in the email to confirm. If you never receive it, it may mean that you entered your email address wrong. Contact us if this happens.

This is what you’ll see next.

Step 4: Click on the Alltop logo to go to the Alltop home page.

Step 5: Use the home page to find topics that you’re interested in. You can Search for them, click on categories (“Work,” “Health,” etc.), or look alphabetically (“N” for New York Times).

If you’re looking for suggestions, here is our starterkit.

Step 6: Click on the + to the right of the source’s name that you want to add to your MyAlltop page. Click on Manage to change the order of the feeds.

Step 7: Reorder feeds by dragging and dropping. Delete feeds by clicking on the x near their name.

Anytime you want to add feeds or change your MyAlltop page, click on the Log In button and then Manage.

For inspiration, check out what some celebrities have done:

Click here to get started building your own MyAlltop page.


My dot alltop simply has to be the best way to manage and read all the feeds I am interested in, in the one place. You have made my life simple and easy and I honestly don't know why I haven't signed up earlier! Check out my about.me profile!

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