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5 Tips to More Personal Feedburner Feeds

5 Tips to More Personal Feedburner Feeds

Add a personal subscription message, a custom logo, brand your emails, and more on Feedburner using these 5 tips

 

Today I have the honor of posting on Homeschool Blogging on the topic of making your Feedburner Feeds more personal.   While most bloggers tend to use or at least begin by using Feedburner for their RSS and e-mail subscriptions, many don’t realize the full potential that this free service provides or how to personalize it for his/her readers.  Thus today I’m sharing five tips to more personal Feedburner Feeds including: adding a personal subscription message, adding Feedflare, adding a custom logo to your RSS feeds, personalizing your subscription confirmation email, and branding your emails.  If you blog at all and use Feedburner for your feed management service, I hope you’ll click on over and check it out.  Hope to see you there!

5 Tips to More Personal Feedburner Feeds

Iron sharpens iron, and one man sharpens another.  Proverbs 17:17

Kathy

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