FeedBurner provides a feature called FeedCount that allows users to promote their feeds by displaying the subscriber figures. However some bloggers prefer to disable this feed counter (also known as feed chicklet) due to their own reasons. Well if you are curious about one blog’s FeedBurner subscriber figures but you can’t find any feed chicklet on it, here’s the solution.
FeedBurner is one of the best web feed management provider that lets you publish a feed for your website, blog or podcast. This free and easy-to-use service provides feed statistics, feed optimization features, feed publication options and more. In this article, we would like to show you some of the best FeedBurner tips and tricks you can use to get more subscribers and take your website or blog to the next level!
If you are web developer or blogger, Alexa.com perhaps is one of your frequently visited sites for checking your site’s world ranking and comparing your traffic statistics with other websites. What about FeedBurner subscription? Have you ever thought of comparing your FeedBurner subscriber numbers with other websites or blogs? Well there is one interesting web service called Feed Compare that allows you to do the comparison up to 4 websites. You can also generate a chart from 1 month view to 24 months and click & drag to zoom in the chart.
FeedBurner’s Email Subscription is a great service that allows bloggers and webmasters to deliver their feed content to subscribers via email. However the default email subscription may looks too simple or may not match your website design. Here are some simple techniques to customize your email subscription form.