Examiner.com is closing: How to save your work

As you may or may not already be aware, Examiner.com is shutting down on July 10th. The website announced the close via email July 1st (Friday) with no real explanation as to why it is closing. Media consumption has transformed dramatically over the years and as a result, content has been made more about the business priority rather than the meaning behind it. As of July 1st, Examiner.com is no longer taking submissions. With only 10 days to save your work, it can be modestly time consuming and virtually impossible if you have no help and thousands upon thousands of content. Today is July 5th so you now have only 5 days to save your work.

Although it's great to have a helping hand (Thank you so much, Joe, I love you for helping me save my work) not everyone has the luxury of having someone help them backup their content. Recently, I discovered a program that has made this so much easier. You have no idea. It is called the Local Website Archive. You can download the program here.

Go to the page you want to save, select 'Add' followed by 'Continue' and let the program guide you through the rest. It's simple, it's easy, and it allows you to save your work with just the click of your mouse. The Local Website Archive is efficient and quite effective when saving individual pages.

Since Examiner.com is closing, I will be writing with AEG's entertainment site, AXS.com who purchased Examiner.com in 2014. As always, I will continue to publish and share great content with you. If you haven't already applied to write for AXS, I highly encourage you to do so as it is a great platform.  

Truth be told, I am sad to see Examiner close as this has been one of my favorite platforms to write for. In the words of Farrokh Bulsara aka Freddie Mercury, The Show Must Go On.