If you have been using FeedBurner to auto-publish your RSS Feed to Twitter, here are some good alternatives to switch to.
Google Reader doesn’t support private RSS feeds. You can however remove authentication via FeedDemon or Yahoo! Pipes and then subscribe to any password-protected blog feed in Google Reader.
Google Short URLs (goo.gl) and FeedBurner’s Socialize feature now allows blog publishers to quickly and automatically push updates on to Twitter without using an external service.
Would you like to track how may people are visiting your site via your RSS feed? If you are using FeedBurner to syndicate the RSS feeds of your blog, you can easily track all the incoming traffic from feed clicks through Google Analytics.
Fair Share is a free service that helps you detect online plagiarism via RSS feeds. You cannot prevent websites from republishing your content but you can always file a DMCA complaint against them.
The email newsletter service of this blog is powered by FeedBlitz and I’m a pretty happy customer. FeedBlitz’s RSS newsletter service will continue to be free (supported by ads in the email newsletter) for all existing publishers.
If you are displaying this FeedBurner badge on your site, read this workaround to hide that lower portion of the graphic.
FeedBurner is now integrated with Google and that some RSS feeds are served through a Google subdomain (feedproxy.google.com) instead of feeds.feedburner.com.
Joop has discovered a very simple trick that will enable anyone to artificially inflate the FeedBurner subscriber count of any RSS feed that’s syndicated via FeedBurner.
The AdSense for RSS feeds program is now live for FeedBurner publishers allowing your to monetize your RSS readers through your existing Google AdSense account.
The rumors are true. Google AdSense ads for RSS feeds are coming next week. Here’s a sample code that will be inserted in your FeedBurner feed for showing AdSense ads.
You may remember the FeedBurner Chicklet hack that reveals the number of subscribers a particular feed has.
Spotted these Google AdSense ads in a RSS feed that is syndicated through FeedBurner.
Answer a Yes/No for these three questions: Q 1: You have changed blogging platforms in the past – moved from Blogger to WordPress or from WordPress to Tumblr, etc?
If you want to transfer a feed between one FeedBurner account and another, follow these steps. FeedBurner will contact this publisher by email and provide a link they must visit in order to sign into their own FeedBurner account and then accept the transfer. The transfer will occur immediately after they complete this process.
Should you pick FeedBlitz or FeedBurner for providing RSS to Email service on your blog?
Rating widget on your blog to collect feedback from your readers. Then access your blog’s Rating Intelligence Report to see running data on how your audience is rating your content.
Monetize your RSS email newsletters with FeedBlitz Advertising program – you can also use it to monetize FeedBurner RSS feeds.