Feedburner Burn Out? How-To Download Your Subscribers



I had a moment this morning. A panicked moment. A "No, No, No, No, NO!" moment.
I opened my feedburner account and BAM, everyone was gone. GONE!

As a blogger, you may know how scary a count of "0" looks when looking up your subscribers. Have no fear, though, if this has happened to you {and if it hasn't yet, it will. Feedburner is rumored to be going away for good.} I know just how you can get those subscribers back!

OK. Here's the freak out moment...

And what the crash looks like on a graph. {After you click on the feed}


Totally freaky, I know. BUT. There's a little drop box above this graph. If you go back to September 17th or so, you'll get your number of subscribers back.


And now that you have that number back, click where it says, "See more about your subscribers" {just below that glorious number you originally had before "0" happened}.
   That will take you to a page where you can see all the info on your subscribers. Now, simply scroll down to where is says "FeedBurner Email Subscriptions", click on that, and a little info will unfold under that heading. Click on "Manage Your Email Subscriber List".

That will take you to another screen where you'll scroll down and look for "Export CSV". If you click that, it will download your list of email subscribers. Now, you're free to take those subscribers and upload them to another email server.

If you're not sure where to start with that, hang around. I'll show you how I took my readers and did just that!

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