1. Ryan

    I don’t get it. Isn’t Feedburned part of Google? Why would you move something from Feedburner to Google? And if so, surely you would disable the plugin and setup a redirect anyway.

    Or am I missing something here … kinda confused.


  2. Rarst

    According to Google old feeds will stay redirected to new one. Still worth changing to remove extra steps. I’ve setup “my brand” feature from the start so I have to change that instead (and leaves me escape route from Feedburner just in case).


    Yep, Feedburner belongs to Google but they recently started big show of moving from “old” Feedburner to “new” Feedburner tightly integrated with Google loging and rest of services.

    Beats me why they couldn’t just upgrade Feedburner in-place. Maybe Google wants to kill self-sufficient brand and make it own or whatever.

    Offtopic – somewhat weird order of fields in comment form? I had almost submitted with my email in URL field

    Rarst’s last blog post..Did you know Internet has an archive?


  3. Jeffro

    @Ryan – Hey Ryan, perhaps this post I wrote on Performancing will help clarify things. http://performancing.com/have-you-moved-your-feedburner-account


  4. Jimmy

    The link you gave gives:
    Not Found, Error 404


  5. Jeffro

    @Jimmy – The URL to the Google page seems to work for me.


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