A Few Site Updates

Since January, there’s been many unnoticed website changes, all leading to some major changes to Single City Guy. None of them required any updates until now. Here’s a few of the changes that are going on, and will be happening in the near future:

  1. The commenting system has changed. Many readers leave great comments, but the regular commenting system leaves much room for improvement. Due to this, the commenting system has been replaced by Disqus, with will allow more social commenting throughout the website.
  2. Subscribe to blog posts through e-mail. Previously, there was an option to subscribe to the blog via e-mail, through FeedBurner. While it has been a great service, it has been replaced with another e-mail subscription service.
  3. New design incoming. Single City Guy has undergone 3 re-designs, and it’s time for a new one. The new design will be happening “soon”, and will feature better legibility, speed, and the ability to interact with other social media platforms (such as Pinterest).
  4. Guest Authors/Contributors. In the past I’ve always welcomed guest authors and contributors, and now I’ll be asking for more! There’s  several major changes to the content that appears on Single City Guy, which will need other voices to appear on the website. There will be a call for guest authors, and regular contributors to Single City Guy in the near future, who are willing to talk honestly about the many aspects of the male lifestyle.

There’s been a lot of progress to the evolution of Single City Guy, stay-tuned, as many of these changes will happen shortly!

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    JT Styles said on March 31st, 2012 - 12:01 am

    You still suck guy. 

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    Sharperlex said on February 3rd, 2013 - 11:34 pm

    This site sucks! How can I remove a comment ? I didn’t post the comment to be seen on google search! So embarrassing, I had no idea. Please give info on removing comments.

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    Kirk said on July 31st, 2013 - 3:18 pm

    Hey Sharplerlex, next time think before you post.

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    plus.google.com said on August 22nd, 2014 - 7:53 am

    There’s always someone who can offer customers more.
    Also you can see if the subject you picked doesn’t land your email into the spam folder.
    Customers have come to expect full color, so make sure to incorporate colors.