How to Redirect WordPress Feeds to FeedBurner without a Plugin


How to Redirect WordPress Feed to FeedBurner without Plugin
Johanna Colon

FeedBurner is most lovable email marketing and feed syndication  platform for bloggers and webmasters, it is free and easy to use. By default WordPress has its own feed system but it does not have customization and email branding options. That is why many of us like to redirect WordPress feed to feedburner’s feed.

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Margaret Vargas

Your subscribers have plenty of options how they want to subscribe. For example, they can filter your feed to only get stories with certain tags, keywords, or authors (screenshot shows the tag-filter).

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Stacy Roberson

In this snippet we are going to show you how you can remove one of the most popular plugins you would use on your WordPress blog. Today we are going to remove the WordPress plugin FD Feedburner Plugin for WordPress. This plugin will redirect your default WordPress feed URLs to your Feedburner URL. It does this seamlessly without the need to modify templates, setup new hidden feeds, modify .htaccess files, or asking users to migrate to a new feed. You can easily do this with htaccess, all you have to do is copy the below code into your htaccess file and it will redirect all URLs to www.example.com/feed to your feedburner URL.

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Retha Poston

FeedBurner is a Google owned service that provides RSS traffic analysis and an optional advertising system to online writers. The extra features that FeedBurner offers make it very attractive to WordPress users and many bloggers use the service to power their site feed so that their visitors can subscribe easily.

How To Redirect A Page In WordPress Without A Plugin
Glenda Logan

The problem is that those pages don’t even exist on your site! Or they used to exist at one point, but not anymore. Google unfortunately didn’t get the memo and still sends visitors to your non-existent page. What do we do about it? The best thing is to use a 301 redirect to send users to another page that gives them what they’re looking for. If it doesn’t exist, create it! Obviously that page is doing something right by getting clicks in the SERPS. You need to capitalize on it.

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