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How to Setup Your Feeds Through Feedburner for Blogger Blogs

How to Setup Your Feeds Through Feedburner for Blogger Blogs
What is Feedburner? I know many of you are already very familiar with Feedburner and its array of useful features,
Feedburner is essentially an add-on service for your blog that tracks people who subscribe to your blog using RSS. RSS is a web technology that means “really simple syndication”
People subscribe to your “RSS feed” so they can read the content of your blog either in their e-mail, or using a program or web application of some sort, such as Google Reader

I will give you step by step instruction  with images on how to sut up your feedburners feeds

Log-in to your gmail account

Go to www.feedburner.com

You will see this page please watch my pictures
How to Setup Your Feeds Through Feedburner for Blogger Blogs

1st step I put my blog address URL which is dotamax.blogspot.com

2nd step just click any source

3rd choose your username mine is dotamax, Then its done you already registered.

Click next just skip everything

Then click publicize tab, for email subscription just activate it the copy all the code for the default design
If you have pre-designed subscription box just copy your USERNAME mine is DOTAMAX, and place it in your pre-designed subcription box

Thats it folks
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