How To Create a FeedBurner for Your Blogger Blog

FeedBurner is a web feed management provider launched in 2004. FeedBurner was founded by Dick Costolo, Eric Lunt, Steve Olechowski, and Matt Shobe. Costolo is a University of Michigan graduate, and was CEO of Twitter from 2010 to 2015. FeedBurner email is a service that allows publishers to deliver their feed content to subscribers via email. This means, your blog posts will get to your subscribers via mail.

People who needs FeedBurner are Bloggers, podcasters, and personal and commercial publishers who want subscribers to have an alternative method for receiving feed content - the familiar setting of their email inbox.

Sending your blog updated content via mail to subscribers will enable offline readers who are subscribers to have an update of your blog and will be motivated to visit your blog regularly. And also it makes them feel like the first tinder that particular posts. This safes stress from your blog reader typically visiting your blog but with email subscription capability, subscribers can now receive this information in their inbox, similar to an e-newsletter.

How To Create a FeedBurner for Your Blogger Blog

Step 1 : Go to, then sign in with your Gmail account

Step 2 : On the home page, input your blog url in the space provided, click "Next" to continue

Step 3 : The next page requires you to choose your feed source. So, select your feed source. For example I chose feed source Atom and click "Next" button

Step 4 : Then google will burn a feed for you by putting your feed title and feed url into the space provided, then click next button.

Step 5 : Finally, you have successfully created your feed address. Then your feed is now live. Then you can share your feed URL to your subscribers.

You can log in your feed burner dashboard account and start exploring. I will make more post on feedburner just stay updated to my blog.

Read : How To Activate Email Subscription On Your Feed Burner

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