How to find Feedburner subscribers count for any feedFeedburner is the most popular service to manage your feeds. Each and every website use Feedburner in order to burn their RSS feeds. It has more features for you; also your subscribers will have variety of readers to choose from. We have some useful articles for you about Feedburner such as importance of Feedburner for SEO, Feedburner wordpress setup, Feedburner Mybrand setup and much more. In Feedburner you can find the total number of subscribers for your feeds and also you can export all your email subscribers in CSV. So how to find the number of Feedburner subscribers for other blogs when they don’t show.

This is a simple trick that can be used to find the total number of Feedburner subscribers for any particular blog. All Feedburner feeds will have address like this http://feeds.feedburner.com/blogtimenow in which blogtimenow is the feed ID (name of the feed). Many blogs display their total number of subscribers in a small chicklet and many don’t. To check the Feedburner subscriber figures for any particular site just enter their feed ID next to next to ~fc. You can see the total number of readers in a chicklet. You can find out these numbers only if the particular feed owner has activated the feed count service.

http://feeds.feedburner.com/~fc/feedID

To show your feed chicklet in your site go to feed count in publicize tab grab the HTML code and paste it in your site. If you wish not to show the number of feed subscribers or readers to public then go to publicize tab >> feed count and just deactivate the service.

How to find the number of Feedburner subscribers for any particular feed.

Hope this simple trick helped you to find the number of Feedburner subscribers count for any particular feeds.

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