Editing Blogs I Follow sidebar
The Blogs I Follow widget automatically records blogs you follow. You do not enter the links into it. Use this guide to unfollow the blog you mention and wait for the cached data to update do the blog no longer displays in the widget. http://en.support.wordpress.com/following/#how-to-unfollow-a-blog-if-youre-a-wordpress-com-user
Also note that lengthy blogrolls reciprocal links (you link to my blog and I link to yours) normally have very little value and the practice of creating them has been waning since 2009. Before you consider reciprocal linking to sites, consider your reader’s perspective and whether the proposed links provide value to them. These may be of interest:
Duly noted, but my blogroll is composed of just five very specifically related blogs. And they do refer readers to my blog–it’s what you might call a community. I actually refer to them as “Known Associates”, not “Blogs I Follow”.
I really appreciate your help–it was very simple to get rid of the wild horse blog, once you explained it that way. Ideally, I’d prefer the Blogger option of being able to add a link to any site I feel my readers would be interested in, but I can see how this interactive system would be more to the liking of others. In any event, now my readers won’t be wondering why a blog about crime fiction is referring them to a blog about wild horse conservation, which is a worthy topic in its own right, but just not relevant to my blog. Maybe if I do a blog about cowboy novels….
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