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Finally Switched to FeedBurner

Online marketing information can change quickly This article is 15 years and 25 days old, and the facts and opinions contained in it may be out of date.

I’m giving Feedburner a whirl, as it always seems like there is some cool functionality with it. I’m not sure if I got it all right or not yet, so if you see anything weird, please let me know.

Thanks to Michael for his tip about the feedburner wordpress plugin.

The new feed is: in case you’re wondering.

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  • graywolf

    Looks like you got something mucked up somewhere. I’ll send you the my htaccess so you can check to make sure it’s in yours

  • Shimon Sandler

    I subscribed. :-)

  • site admin

    I think I got it…hopefully it’s just taking bloglines a bit to update the feed…otherwise it’s gonna be dead for existing subscribers.

  • Rae

    I love feedburner (also a thanks to MG for the tipoff to it). Totally addicted. I keep meaning to switch the feed to the thing instead of the feedburner url – one day I’ll get to it. I did an interview with feedburner a bit back on my blog and they really are a cool bunch. And they seem determined to keep upping the ante on features.

  • Trisha

    I’ve been wanted to try feedburner too – any chance of a tutorial on how to do it?

    And what happens if someone has already subscribed to the old feed?

  • aaron wall

    > thing instead of the feedburner url

    It is really a good call to get it on your own domain because it sucks to have the scrapers give those links to someone else, especially if that someone else is a more authoritative domain like feedburner.

    I have also seen some instances of the stuff outranking the source domain.

  • site admin

    >tutorial on how to do it?

    Graywolf had mentioned doing one of these…I’ll give him a bit to whip one up, as he is probably more aware than I. It is pretty straightforward…it actually took about 5 min…then 2 hrs of trying to figure out why bloglines was throwing errors (i just needed to wait)

    That’s a very good point Aaron…may have to go that route soon.

  • Trisha

    Thanks! That would be great!