Posts Tagged ‘Feedburner’

Google Finally Updates FeedBurner

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October 26th, 2010
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After over three years since its acquisition, Google has finally launched a major upgrade to FeedBurner with an emphasis on real-time stats. The new interface provides real time stats for clicks, views, and podcast downloads, which means you can start seeing what content is drawing traffic from feed readers, Twitter, and other syndicated sources as it happens. The interface can be accessed by clicking the “Try out the NEW (beta) version!” link at the top of your FeedBurner account page.  According to the launch article, “The best way to see these real time features is to publish a new post and then switch to the ‘Last two hours’ view to begin seeing updates.” At this time, the new interface is primarily for the showcasing the new real-time stats.  All other account actions will still need to be done from the old interface. What’s your take on the new FeedBurner upgrade? […]

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Notify Unconfirmed Subscribers Updated

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March 6th, 2010
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NUS has been updated to v1.3.0 to fix issues with unconfirmed subscribers not being fetched.

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Feedburner Feed Replacement Plugin Broken!

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August 11th, 2009
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UPDATE: As from the comments below and various emails I have received, this might be an isolated issue related to my combination of code and plugins. Many people continue to use Feedburner Feed Replacement without any issues. If you have been using the Feedburner Feed Replacement Plugin originally from Steve Smith, and have not checked your feeds lately, it might be worth a few minutes of your time to do so. Just browse to your blog’s feed address  (http://yourblog.com/feed/) and if you are redirected to your Feedburner feed, you are fine. Otherwise you need to uninstall the Feedburner plugin and get something else. About a month ago, this blog’s feed count lost about 5000 readers in one feel swoop which is a huge number and a rude wake up call for us. This has happened before with Feedburner and I thought the count would go back up once Feedburner straightened […]

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Notifying Unconfirmed Feedburner Email Subscribers

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August 7th, 2009
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Feedburner provides users with a easy way to burn RSS feeds and allow users to subscribe to them using either a RSS feed reader or through email, however when a user chooses to subscribe through email, they have to confirm their subscription through a link they will receive in the confirmation email.

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FeedBurner is Dead, Long Live Feedburner

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February 12th, 2009
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So for some reason that I can no longer remember, I had to log into FeedBurner to do something. I was greeted with an odd message that appeared to say that FeedBurner would cease to exist and I would have to migrate my account to Google. I have become wary of attaching my Google account to my other important services after their recent gaffe and was about to click “No Thanks” when I realized that the page was telling me that if I did not do it manually, they would be moved for me anyways. Since I had no choice, I went through the paces to move my FeedBurner services to Google. The move was mostly uneventful and I was told that while my feeds were being transferred, I could close the browser window and know that they would be safely transferred. There are some reported incidents of missing feeds […]

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News Roundup 5/23

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May 23rd, 2007
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Blogging News, LinkyLoo

Since there are a couple of interesting news items, I have consolidated them into one post. The Blogging World is agog over the (confirmed) news that Feedburner is being bought out by Google for 100 million. My congratulations to the Feedburner team and the VCs who thought this was a good investment. However, I have also been reading some disturbing rumors/thoughts that Feedburner might inject Google Ads into feeds. I cannot see Google imposing this on Feedburner users but if they do, they will lose me as a user. I choose to keep my feeds ad free and I will look elsewhere. Google is reported to be cracking down on websites and blogs that have little content and lots of ads (or made for adsense type websites, a form of arbitrage). The NY Post reports that a number of users have been notified of being dropped from the AdSense program. […]

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WP Plugin: Fedafi RSS

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December 30th, 2006
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WP Plugin: Fedafi RSS Track usage on your RSS feed and monetize your feed with the same plugin. Much like a hosted Feedburner

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FeedCount Chicklets Hack

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December 13th, 2006
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FeedCount Chicklets Hack Change the text inside your FeedBurner Chicklet with a very simple change of script. Simple and effective. Thanks kbCafe

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Analyze your blog

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September 20th, 2006
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Business of Blogging, LinkyLoo

Analyze your blog Downloadable PDF on basic analysis of the metrics of your blog using Google Analytics and Feedburner. Well written with lots of screenshots.

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