Life, Universe & ... / WordPress · September 27, 2007 0

Switching to the domain-based FeedBurner Pro service

RSS FeedI recently purchased Managed DNS service from my web-host (ComputingHost) as a result of which I no longer have to depend upon their tech support to cater to my DNS record modification needs. Consequently, I decided to switch to the FeedBurner Pro domain based feed service. Domain based feed service means you can customise the FeedBurner to handle your feeds straight under your domains URL (Example: https://feeds.your-domain.com) instead of the usual https://feeds.feedburner.com/YourFeed.

Earlier on this service was available under FeedBurner Pro as a paid option. Ever since Google acquired FeedBurner, this has been made free. As long as you own a domain and are able to modify your DNS records, you can set this up.

Henceforth, all feed subscribers are kindly requested to use the following URL:

https://feeds.chaos-laboratory.com/ChaosLaboratory

or

https://chaos-laboratory.com/feed

instead of the earlier:

https://feeds.feedburner.com/ChaosLaboratory

For existing subscribers – the old URL will still function, but to help facilitate my subscription tracking, kindly update the feed URL.

Any new subscribers automatically subscribe through the new domain based feed URL.