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I suppose everyone knows what is Feedburner. This is a Google service which gives you more control over the management of your feeds and also provides certain tools to monetize or promote them easier. At the beginning it wasn’t a Google service but some months ago big G acquired it.
The Feedburner Analyzer was developed by me months ago when I was blogging in my Spanish blog. Then I started this English version but my laziness keep the tool in Spanish language, unprofessional detail, I admit it. Yesterday I decided that it was time to translate it to English and share it with you.
What is the purpose of the Feedburner Analyzer? This tool shows you your progress in the number of subscriptions to your feed. It consists of two kind of graphs:
- Line chart with the number of subscribers and hits day by day.
- Column chart that compares the number of subscribers of a month with the number of subscribers of the previous one.
Here you have a pic of the line chart:
I think it is worth to take a look at it. How to use it?
- First you need to have active the Awarenes API to allow the access to your stats. Log into your user account > Publicize > Awareness API. Active it and save.
- You have to write in the tool’s textbox your Feedburner ID or the complete URL to your feeds. For example in my case I have to write binaryantdotcom or http://feeds.feedburner.com/BinaryAntDotCom.
That’s all. I hope you enjoy it .
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