How to save your WordPress Tag Feeds in FeedBurner FeedSmith


How to Save Your WordPress Tag Feeds in FeedBurner FeedSmith
Naomi Pratt

In our step by step guide to setup a FeedBurner account with WordPress, we recommend that you should redirect your WordPress feeds to the feedburner feeds using the official FeedBurner FeedSmith Plugin. Today, one of our users reported a bug that by redirecting the feeds, this plugin hijacks your tag feeds. Meaning that your tag feeds will also be pointed to your main feedburner feed. While that may not be an issue for some users, but for other WordPress users, this can be a problem.

LostFocus
Veronique Schweitzer

It’s quite popular to use the FeedSmith-Plugin when using FeedBurner with WordPress. ((Yay, CamelCase! Well, you’re at LostFocus. Duh.)) There is just one little problem: as Google themselves say on their webpage:

How to Save Your WordPress Tag Feeds in FeedBurner FeedSmith
Linda Phillips

In our step by step guide to setup a FeedBurner account with WordPress, we recommend that you should redirect your WordPress feeds to the feedburner feeds using the official FeedBurner FeedSmith Plugin. Today, one of our users reported a bug that by redirecting the feeds, this plugin hijacks your tag feeds. Meaning that your tag feeds will also be pointed to your main feedburner feed. While that may not be an issue for some users, but for other WordPress users, this can be a problem.

Use FeedBurner to Manage Your WordPress Feeds
Cristina Cox

If you don’t already use FeedBurner on your WordPress blogs, you should. It’s super easy to sign up and get started, as I’ve gone over in this guide. Once you build up a good amount of subscribers, you can also use the FeedCount to show off your subscriber count. Thanks for reading, and don’t forget to subscribe to my feed (served by FeedBurner) for more Theme Lab updates.

How to Change Your WordPress RSS in FeedBurner
Stacy Roberson

People transact business with companies or entrepreneurs whom they know, like and trust. Building a public blog helps prospective customers get a feel for your small business — your attitudes, service standards and expertise — while doing double-duty as a free and easy-to-use marketing channel. Although WordPress blogs by default contain a feed for your posts and a feed for post comments, you’re not locked into this structure. Instead, you can use WordPress to set customized feeds, and use Google’s FeedBurner to distribute your feeds and track their reach.

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