Feedburner Finally Moving All Feeds Over to Google: How to Update Your Feeds Without Losing Subscribers


It’s been almost two years since Google acquired Feedburner for $100 million. Since then, Google hasn’t done much with Feedburner except stay out of the way and allow it to grow.

Google is finally moving all Feedburner accounts over to Google. If you use Feedburner and haven’t signed in recently you may want to go get the process started. On your end it only takes one click and Google does the rest.

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Once you click “Move your account now”, you’ll get an email in a day or so letting you know when the move is complete. After that you’ll need to take a few simple steps to make sure you keep your feeds up to date. Your old feeds will automatically forward to the new feeds but it’s probably not a bad idea to go through and replace your old feeds with the new one.

It looks like all feeds are going through “http://feeds2.feedburner.com/” now. Even the sites that had already updated their feeds and were using “http://feedproxy.google.com/” are being forced to upgrade again to the “feeds2” feed.

Once you go through and replace your feeds, head over to your Adsense account and check out your new seamless integration between your feeds and your Adsense.

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It seems like most of the issues with glitches and drops in subscriber numbers have been worked out. Have you moved your feeds over yet? If so let us know how it went.

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