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How to Integrate Feedburner into WordPressPosted on May 30th, 2010 in WordPress with 0 Comment(s). .
Feedburner is a free, Google-owned service that provides great feed statistics and services to bloggers and other feed publishers.
Here’s how to integrate Feedburner with a self-hosted WordPress blog:
Sign up — First of all, you’ll need to sign up for a Feedburner feed if you haven’t already.
MyBrand (optional) — This isn’t required, but I recommend activating Feedburner’s MyBrand service so that your feed is accessed through your own domain name instead of feedburner.com. This will make it so much easier to keep your subscribers if you decide you want to stop using Feedburner sometime in the future.
To activate the service, click the “My Account” link at the top-left-hand-corner of the Feedburner website, and then click “MyBrand” in the sidebar navigation menu. Follow the instructions, and click “Activate.” (If you aren’t sure how to add the CNAME entry, ask your web host for assistance.)
FeedSmith — Next you’ll need to install a WordPress plugin: the FeedSmith plugin from Feedburner. Here are the steps:
- Download Feedburner’s FeedSmith plugin
- Use an FTP program to upload FeedBurner_FeedSmith_Plugin.php to your wp-content/plugins/ directory.
- Login to your WordPress admin and go to the Plugins section. Click “Activate” in the “Feedburner FeedSmith” row.
- Go to Settings > FeedBurner in your WordPress admin and follow the step-by-step instructions. Click Save when you’re done.
Feedburner Email Subscription (optional) — While you’re at it, it’s also a great idea to give your users the option of email-based blog subscription!
And that’s it! Thanks to the FeedSmith plugin, visitors will now be automatically redirected to your Feedburner feed when they subscribe. Enjoy your Feedburner stats and features!
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