I’ve always wanted to know how to set up my WordPress site so visitors could subscribe to my RSS feed and have it delivered to their email, instead of just to their feed reader. As part of social media marketing, I should have done this years ago because Feedburner allows you to track and analyze your blog’s RSS Subscribers.

Today I finally looked at ChrisBrogan.com, Julien Smith’s InOverYourHead.net and BrianSolis.com subscribe methods and they’re all using FeedBurner and some version of a “subscribe by email” input form on their site.

Here are 2 excellent resources to set up Feedburner:

WP Beginner: Step by Step Guide to Setup FeedBurner for WordPress

Tentblogger: Maximize Your Feedburner Settings with The Best Configuration

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  1. John Saddington on November 20, 2011 at 10:59 pm

    thanks for the link love!

    • Reid Walley on November 20, 2011 at 11:20 pm

      Totally; You bet. Happy to include your “Tentblogger: Maximize Your Feedburner Settings with The Best Configuration” post here. It was very helpful and insightful!

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