How To Create and Connect FeedBurner To The Blogger

Hello, dear bloggers. Today we'll talk about creating and connecting  an RSS feed on the FeedBurner service. If you run your own blog or website, you have a powerful tool in your hands to take care of your readers and thereby create a permanent audience for your resource. I'm talking about an RSS feed Your blog. The RSS feed displays announcements of your blog's content with a link to the full article of your blog. Such RSS feeds are very popular and many people read news and announcements through special reader programs on their smartphones, tablets, computers, or using online services. And another huge plus is the ability to organize a subscription to blog updates via email.

In the next lesson, you will be able to fully configure RSS. I do not know that there is a more complete description on the Internet than I did in the next lesson, but believe me, I described in great detail all the basic settings.

You can set up your subscription in such a way that subscribers receive only the announcement of a new article, or the full article — it's up to you to decide. I want to warn you right away that the FeedBurner service does not work with HTML errors in the blogger template.

In order to always be aware of whether RSS is working or not, I have installed a button that allows you to check the validity of RSS at any time.

FeedBurner is used by most bloggers, but what makes it so attractive? Most likely, a convenient counter for the number of subscribers, a subscription form, and numerous settings. Let's try to deal with all this.


A. Why install Feedburner?

In general, there are mechanisms in wordpress itself for creating an RSS feed and being able to subscribe to your posts, but Feedburner has many important benefits:
  1. It makes a regular blog feed into a special format that is easily recognized by all readers without exception-programs whose task is to collect RSS feeds for reading in one place.
  2. Feedburner can make the feed visual — in the form that you like.
  3. It has advanced and flexible configuration.
  4. It is a good litmus test of the blog's popularity thanks to the counter of all your subscribers.
  5. Provides a lot of food for thought for further optimization of your online magazine - thanks to statistics.
  6. And in general-this is the most popular thing among bloggers.
Therefore, you should quickly forget about setting up RSS via a banal feed and start using Feedburner.


B. Creating FeedBurner Account

The first step is to go to the official website. You will need a Google account to log in.If you don't have one, please register. After logging in, a page with current feeds opens. In the top menu, there is a link to the Languages page, where you can switch the page language to Russian.

For clarity, I started a new account, where no feed was added. The home page offers to "light up" the feed right now. OK, now we will create a new feedburner account.

In the Google Chrome, Modzilla or Yandex web browser, in the search menu type "feedburner" or To go to the FeedBurner service, enter in the browser's address bar http://feedburner.google.com/.





After switching to the FeedBurner service, you will be taken to a page where you need to enter the address of your RSS feed and pass it to the service.

The following are the steps to create a FeedBurner:

1. Click Create Proxy





2. In the "feed URL*" option, type https://unixwinbsd.blogspot.com/feeds/posts/default?alt=rss














3. Connecting To Blogger

After completing creating a FeedBurner account, we continue by connecting to blogger. Open your blogger account and click the settings menu.




These are all the options that I have enabled in feedburner. I hope this article will help you improve your RSS feed and its popularity. Thank you for your retweets and warm comments.
Iwan Setiawan

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