This is Step #2 in the 101 Steps to Becoming a Better Blogger.
Sign up for Feedburner.
I don’t really like Feedburner. It is not as intuitive as I’d like a program like this to be. A lot of people find it useful, but I haven’t quite figured out how to set up all of my categories to all be run through Feedburner. I’m also not sure how my readers would be affected by making a change this late in the game.
Anyone have any ideas?
Update 7/22/09: I have gotten over my agonizing about switching to Feedburner. Feedburner (now owned by Google) has a lot of great features and was easy to set up.
Read more posts from this series:
- 101 Steps to Becoming a Better Blogger
- Use WordPress!: Step #1
- Sign up for Feedburner: Step #2
- Post at least once a day: Step #3
- Optimize your blog for SEO: Step #4
- Have an “About Me” page: Step #5
- 101 Steps: #6-8
- Blog and Ping – Step #9 in 101 Steps to Becoming a Better Blogger
- Submit your blog to RSS and blog directories: Step #10
- Trackbacks are important – Step #11
- Get involved in the blogosphere – Step #12
- Give your blog its own unique voice – Step #13
- Create unique, quality content – Step #14
- Add a large RSS button to your site
- Place an RSS feed link at the bottom of every post
- Install the MyBlogLog Widget
- Social Bookmarking – Step #18
- Better Blogger – Steps 19-31
- Create a custom blog design
- Add photos to each of your posts
- Use tagging in WordPress
- Tips to get more out of your WordPress blog
- Turn your blog posts into podcasts!
- Follow these 12 Steps and Get MORE Readers!
- Create a customized 404 page
- Keep Working at Becoming a Better Blogger!
- 11 Ways to Monetize Your Blog
- 19 Final Tips to Becoming a Better Blogger