Few days back, I’d mentioned that how Google is going to migrate my Feedburner account and will link it to the Google Account. They have done that now and now it is a bit more convenient for me to access the feeds as I just have to open feedburner.google.com and it gives me the report of the feeds as I’m logged in other Google services.

However, in the process of shifting the Feeds, Google changed the feed addresses too (Anyway, if you want you feel free to change the feed address to the follow address : http://feedproxy.google.com/studiowordpress), although Google says that they’ll keep on forwarding the visitors of the original feedburner address to the new Google feed address.

Still I don’t want to take any chances and have changed the address of my feeds to the new address and it became too simple with the help of Feedburner’s Feedsmith plugin. I just changed the address in the settings and I am good to go. I don’t have to worry about losing any subscribers and the old subscribers have already been shifted.

Feedsmith plugin surely is a wonderful time saver, as I don’t have to worry about making the changes in the theme, in the auto discovery of feeds in the header files etc. If you aren’t using Feedburner or Feedburner FeedSmith, then I’d suggest you to use them right away.

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  1. I'm using that already and I think many are doing it already.
    It's quite an established plugin.

    The fact that you'll get direct access to your feed management area is great.
    I was tired of having to login to FeedBurner everytime I visited. The "remember me" option never worked for me.

    Also, I dunno why, the whole FeedBurner site gives me a feeling of incompleteness or a feeling that "something is gonna' happen next moment" :P :P !!

    I know, I've got weird associations with design, faces and music.

  2. My main problem with FeedSmith is that it redirects ALL feeds. WordPress generates plenty of dynamic feeds – for example feed for posts with specific tag or posts by specific author. FeedSmith just redirects all of those to single main feed which is far from flexible.

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