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If you have a blog with Google Blogger, is there any way to see how many people are subscribed to it? In the blogger dashboard there's a lot of statistics, but I don't see any for subscriptions. Is this possible?

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The best way to track subscriptions is through Google Feedburner, which redirects your RSS feed. The only downside is that if you're transmitting your feed elsewhere, say a tool that posts to your Twitter or Yahoo Pipes, those bots/scripts will show up as subscribers and will skew the results slightly.

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I don't think I understand. How does Feedburner work?? How will this accomplish what I'm looking for? – Thomas Stringer Apr 30 '12 at 0:56
Feedburner redirects your feeds and counts subscribers. You could've found that out if you carefully read the 10 sentences on the login page & clicked Learn more. Blogger doesn'tr track subscribers otherwise. – dnbrv Apr 30 '12 at 1:04
Perfect, I'll give that a shot. Thanks! – Thomas Stringer Apr 30 '12 at 1:43

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