Have you ever wondered what you could do with Feedburner? Do you even know that you have options? Go ahead. Explore. Use the list below as a quick guide to what tools are available to you and how you can use them to benefit your blog. When you’ve decided to utilize these tools just log in to your Feedburner account and start burning your feeds.
* Don’t want this feed anymore? Just delete it.
* Don’t want to be responsible for this feed but someone else does? Transfer the feed to another Feedburner owner’s account using their email address. They will need to confirm this.
* Check your feed stats
* View subscribers and what platform they use to aggregate their feed subscriptions
* Find out how your blogs are being used
* Export stats to spreadsheets
* BrowserFriendly—make your feed pretty and easy to preview in any browser. No more raw XML format for your feed. No, no!
* SmartCast—submit your podcast feed to iTunes
* SmartFeed—ensure your feed is compatible with your subscribers’ feed readers’
* FeedFlare—make each post interactive. “Give your subscribers easy ways to email, tag, share, and act on the content you publish by including as many or few of the services listed below. FeedFlare places a simple footer at the bottom of each content item, helping you to distribute, inform and create a community around your content.” -Feedburner
* Link Splicer—shorten your blogs URL’s and add them to your existing directory
* Photo Splicer-mix your photo feed (eg.
Flickr) and your blog feed
* Geotag Your Feed—enter your zip code or latitude and longitude to let your subscribers know exactly where you are publishing your blogs from
* Feed Image Burner—Add an image to your feed
* Title/Description Burner—enter a custom Title and Description to your feed to make it more appealing
* Convert Format—You can choose from many different formats to burn your feed in
* Summary Burner—only give your subscribers a short preview of your blog and provide a teaser message to get them to your website
* Headline Animator—Create a custom banner for your feed’s 5 most recent items * BuzzBoost—republish your feed as HTML
* Email subscriptions—copy and paste this code to provide a link for your readers to directly subscribe to your feed via email * PingShot—Notify services, search engines and blog aggregators when you publish a new post
* FeedCount—Create a cool graphic to further promote your blog feed
* Socialize—Publish your feed to the social web. Use title’s only, short descriptions and a link and send it to Facebook, Twitter, etc. without lifting a finger
* Chicklet Chooser—Creates HTML for you to copy and paste into your side to create a cool promotional button
* Awareness API—Developers can use this to promote your feed’s traffic outside of FeedBurner
* Creative Commons—Retain your copyright but allow others to copy your content if they give you appropriate credit. Specify your terms.
* Password Protector—your readers will need your previously specified username and password to access your feed. This is for private feeds, rather than public feed distribution and disables email subscriptions
* NoIndex—Only activate this if you do NOT want search engines to index your feed
* Configure Ads—Use Google Adsense to get ads in your feed
* Troubleshoot any Feedburner problems. If you can’t find the solution here…Just Google It!
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