Increase Your Blog’s RSS Subscriber Count with Bloglines Tool
Yes / No answer for these three questions: Question 1: Have you changed the blogging platform in the past – Have you moved from Blogger to WordPress or to WordPress to Tumbler etc? Question 2: You have changed your RSS feed address (such as moved to FeedBurner or MyMrand) but some people have still subscribed to your old feed URL? (…)
Answer Yes / No for these three questions:
Question 1: Have you changed the blogging platform in the past – from Blogger to WordPress or WordPress to Tumbler etc?
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Question 2: You have changed your RSS feed address (such as moved to FeedBurner or MyMrand) but some people have still subscribed to your old feed URL?
Question 3: Your blog has been syndicated through multiple RSS feeds, although each of them indicates the same content internally?
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If your answer is “yes” for any one of the above questions, then you can increase your RSS customer base with the help of the blogline publishing tool.
The idea is simple. Suppose you have two feeds A and B Tell the blogline that you own both the feed and it is a duplicate of each other. The blogline will automatically redirect all existing subscribers of Feed A to new Feed B, thus increasing the total customer count of your new feeds.
To implement this, login to your blogline account and go to “Publisher Tools” under “My Account”. To prove the blogline, click on the “Claim Feed” button to see if you really are the owner.
They will ask you to enter a “confirmation code” in the actual feed, search the feed again and give you ownership. [Extremely simple process] – Repeat for all your feeds.
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Once the claiming process is complete, open the settings of your old feed and under “Duplicate Status” – choose the address of your new feed. Save and you have done
To see all the different feeds used for customers on your blog, go to blogline search and select “Search for feeds” from the search options. Then type in your blog name in the search box and press go.