Transferring Feedburner Accounts

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Are you a Feedburner user? Well, now you're officialy a Google Feedburner user.

Google is moving the Feedburner application to Google and that means you'll need to transfer your feed(s). Google is planning to have all accounts moved by February 28, 2009, but many people are seeing messages within their account which enable them to shift to the new system immediately.

If you're worried about losing subscribers in the transfer process, don't be. Your RSS readers will continue to receive your feeds. As we've noticed this in our own Feedburner feed, however, it may take up to a week to adjust to internet traffic changes, so the number of subscribers you see reported may be lower for a brief time. Users can log in to the new system at http://feedburner.google.com.

There are two new features now available. The change allows for all publishers with an Adsense account to participate in Adsense for Feeds. Email delivery of RSS content also got an upgrade with improved subscription management. Users can now see activity of their subscribers' status. And some features are being retired. Site Stats (website visitor tracking) and Feedburner Networks will no longer be supported. 

 
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2 comments

Jack Kennard 01-26-2009 12:17 PM

Just changed 7 feedburner accounts. The process was painless and not more than several clicks total.

Peter A. Prestipino 01-26-2009 12:27 PM

It's definitely a breeze to change everything over. Today was the first day I saw the feedburner stats return to what I would call "normal" - first time in nearly a week.

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