Feedburner for SEO

How to start  Feedburner on your website

Before you can use Feedburner, you need a Google account.
Once you have a Google account, follow the rest of the steps below:
Step 1: Go to http://www.feedburner.com
Step 2: Log in using your Google account.
Step 3: Under “Burn a feed right this instant,” enter your feed URL. If you are using WordPress to power your blog, it will be: http://www.yourwordpressblog.com/feed/
Step 4: Feedburner will then ask you to provide the “Feed Title” and “Feed Address.” Enter the home page title as the “feed title” and in the “feed address,” use your main domain name.

Step 5: After clicking “Next,” if Feedburner does not encounter problems and you can see the congratulations page, then you have completely set up. Click Next.
Step 6: Feedburner then ask you which stats you would like to be automatically tracked. Check two items. First, check “Clickthroughs” to know how many people click those items back to your website.

How to use feedburner for seo

Feedburner For SEO

Having trouble getting your new site seen by readers and ranked by the search engines? Feedburner can help. This two-part series explains how to use this popular web feed management system, and how to get the most out of it.
One of the most powerful SEO elements that can help your site catch the attention of search engines and get ranked is links.

This is where Feedburner comes to the rescue. Feedburner, which is now owned by Google, is the most popular web feed management system on the Internet.

This article describes the basic techniques any blog or website owner (or someone who frequently writes and publishes web content) can start using Feedburner to manage their feeds in such a way that it maximizes the readership potential of their website.

Increased exposure + Great content = Organic links.

This WordPress blog describes the  use of RSS for web marketing. It provides information about Feedburner integration with a website that frequently publishes updated content. Included in this article are the technical details for setting up Feedburner in a configuration that will maximize its effects for search engine optimization.

How Feedburner Works

Feedburner for SEO

Feedburner offers another way to manage feeds and interact with your visitors. Its convenience increases the chances of converting your visitors , which can help you in getting organic links.
The image below shows how feeds are managed WITH and WITHOUT Feedburner, along with its features and capabilities:

Users subscribing to your RSS feeds basically undergo three major processes. The first one sees them landing on your website posts and reading content. Once they decide to subscribe to your content, they will click the RSS subscribe buttons. Both are available with and without Feedburner (for example, you can see RSS subscribe buttons in the default WordPress installation).

More Feedburner features

One of the most important aspects of modern SEO involves gaining “re-visits.” These types of visitors are loyal and can help spread the good things they have learned from your blog, either though links, bookmarks or in forums. Free Feedburner tools like email subscription can help you increase your chances of getting site revisits.
It is obvious that using Feedburner offers a lot of features, advantages and services pertaining to RSS as compared to using the default feed.
Another way Feedburner can help you is by providing statistics about your feeds and subscribers. These user statistics include the number of subscribers, where they come from, and how many individuals click on those RSS feeds going back to your website.


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