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Help!-Unsubscribing from Blog Feeds?

Does anyone know how to unsubscribe from a blog feed in GoogleReader? I've tried clicking on the unsubscribe tab under feed settings. I spent about an hour and a half working on cleaning out my feed reader last night, only to find out all the unsubscribed blogs are still there, just not showing up in any folders-my amount of blogs to read is still at a crazy number, even though my folder totals are smaller. Any advice?

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  1. You go to Mangage subscriptions on the left hand side of the page. Then you go to the subscriptions tab, checkmark the blogs you do not want to subscribe to anymore, and then hit unsubscribe on the top right.

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  2. Also - if you follow that blog via Blogger - GoogleReader will automatically put the blogs you follow in your feed. Be sure to stop following the blog from your Blogger Dashboard or it will pop up again in your reader.

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  3. It's probably what WilowRaven said.. I had the same issue. I had to unfollow in Blogger. I did the same thing.. wasted about 2 hours.

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  4. Good tips to know! I really need to clean up my blog too.

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  5. WillowRaven-yep, that's what it was-thanks! It took some time, but I feel much better now!:) Thanks everyone

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  6. I develop your site on Google and assume from a some of your other entires. Satisfactory Stuff.
    I’m looking expedite to reading more from you.

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