Now that you are aware of the benefits you’ll want to know how to install Google Feedburner on your blog. As someone who looks for the easiest way to get something done I suggest you check out one of my favourite Blogs from WordPress Beginner which covers the more technical side of WordPress with user friendly posts and tutorials on every aspect of the WordPress platform.
It includes a step by step guide to install Google Feedburner which I can’t improve on. It also has many comments with questions and answers that might be useful for you.
Although this is the process for WordPress, where you need to install the Google Feedburner Feedsmith plugin, you can integrate Feedburner into pretty much every blogging platform or website with the code provided for your set-up.
I encourage you all to add this to your site and get the warm feeling of knowing that people are watching you, clicking on your feed and reading your content. It allows you to fine-tune your content as you can see where your visitor’s interests lie.
You can also check out new content and see if it strikes a chord. I think that this is one of the great things about blogging – you can test the market quickly, easily and at little cost. It is also satisfying to watch your subscribers grow over time.
So make this an action now and let me know how it helps you improve your ability to deliver great content and attract raving fans.
What’s your experience once you install Google Feedburner?
News: Google Reader has now been suspended so the word on the street is that Google Feedburner might go the same way. But don’t change it yet! There’s still a good reasons to keep it going. You may want to check out Feedly which is the new kid on the block delivering news feeds.
You may wan to run with both just in case. In fact here’s a great tutorial on how to integrate Feedly with Google Feedburner.