Tutorials on How to Set up a Feedburner email feed

This tutorials that am going to revealed to you are highly recommened for blogger and internet marketers.. and most of all to all newbies.. Yap like me before I never understand what is feed burner

let me tell you about a little explanation of what is feed burner

Feedburner means are a way for websites large and small to distribute their content well beyond just visitors using browsers. Feeds permit subscription to regular updates, delivered automatically via a web portal, news reader, or in some cases good old email. Feeds also make it possible for site content to be packaged into "widgets," "gadgets," mobile devices, and other bite-sized technologies that make it possible to display blogs, podcasts, and major news/sports/weather/whatever headlines just about anywhere.

Another term for RSS

An RSS feed is an easy and simple marketing campaign for your blog. It’s easier than setting up a newsletter or soliciting email marketing lists. All you have to do is place the code throughout your blog or website and your readers will do the rest. Of course quality content on your blog is what entices them to sign up for the feed.
Remember to click “Save” or “Activate” when you make changes to your FeedBurner account

1. Make an account with feedburner and then login into you account.

2. Go to the section “My Feeds” which is seen on the top left of the account page.

3. In the feeds list page, you will see a feed now option, where you have to place your blog URL to start setting up the feed for your blog.

4. Identification of feed source - In this, you have to select the type of feed for you blog. It may be a rss or atom type of feed which generally depends on the blog platform. Select the option and click Next.

5. Setup title and feedburner address. Feedburner address something like feeds.feedburner.com/YourBlogTitle.
Click on activate feed after you are done with this.

6. Feed is set. Now what? You can dress it up more by editing its options and setting up pro stats for your blog. These following images will give you a quick glance of what i am trying to explain.
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Ok if you are not satisfied with the first tutorials here's the second which I believe the easiest one

1.FeedBurner FeedBurner Visit the FeedBurner website and sign up for an account.

2Add your RSS feed to your new FeedBurner account. While this step sounds simple, it only becomes difficult if you don’t know where your RSS feed is. Feed locations vary depending on blogging platform or website setup. Using the FeedBurner QuickStart Guide (link below), you can burn your WordPRess, Blogger, TypePad, MySpace or Podcasting feeds.

3Click on the Publicize tab to begin configuring your RSS feed.

4Select your email delivery service. FeedBurner offers email services through FeedBlitz, and Rmail (SendMeRSS). Before selecting one of the services read about the features of each email service provider. FeedBurner is the default option, but it pays to visit the FeedBlitz and Rmail websites before making a decision. Your decision may vary depending on the number of subscribers you have.

5Email Marketing Campaign Email Marketing Campaign Click “Delivery Options” to determine what time of day you would like your emails to be sent. You can have your RSS content delivered first thing inthe morning (recommended) or late at night. The choice is yours.

6Brand your RSS email by choosing the “Email Branding” option. This allows you to choose the email title, font, font size and color. You can also add your log and truly customize your RSS feed.

7Personalize your opt in subscription by clicking on the “Communication Preferences” link and inserting your own wording. Give your readers a sample of your personality from the moment they subscribe to your email RSS feed.

8email mail box email mail box Manage your subscription under the “Subscription Management” tab. This is where you get the code to add an email subscription link on your blog, website, newsletter or email footer.