How to Setup Feedburner Email Subscription For Blogger

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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

How it works

Feedburner is a free web service which enhances bloggers and podcasters ability to manage their RSS feeds and track usage of their subscribers

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Full Tutorial

Step 1
Visit the  Feedburner website and Login by using your Google account.

Step 2
Enter your blog URL in the box lebelled ” Burn a feed right this instant

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Step 3
Then click ” Next ” for the new step.
Check the screenshot below

Step 4
Now on the next page you will see an ” Identify Feed Source ” box where you have to identify your blogger feed source. Simply select the default atom feed and then click on next.

Step 5
Enter your Feedburner Feed Title and also place your Feed address and then click on next.

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Note
You should place your Feed address as same as Feed Title

Step 6
Finally you will see a message saying ” Congrats! Your FeedBurner feed is now live.

Step 7
When you will click on ” Skip directly to feed management ” then you will land on a page where you will see some blogging platforms.

Activate The Following

  • Browser Friendly
  • Smart Feed
  • Feedflare
  • Summary Burner
  • Email Subscription
  • Ping Shot

How To Insert Feedbuner To Your Blogger Blog

Step 1
Now log in to your Blogger dashboard and select your preferred blog which you want to work on.

Step 2
Then move your mouse cursor down and click on Settings  >> Other.

Step 3
Now In the box lebelled ” Post Feed Redirect URL “, insert your Feedburner address

Step 4
Finally click on save changes yoou are done. 

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