My blog feed not updating
You must ping with a URL that exactly matches the channel link (RSS) or alternate link (Atom) in your top level feed element pointing back to your website (e.g or use your feed URL (e.g. At this stage, I tried few things and that includes: So, this will fix the feedburner issue but your feedburner URL might not show new posts until you publish something new or you hit the magic resync button.If you are new to Feedburner, you can read my guide on How to setup feedburner for Word Press blog, or check out this video: Here I’m out lining some of the possible steps which you can take to fix Feedburner not updating Feeds issue: Very first thing which I will recommend you to do is, login to your Feedburner account and at the bottom of your Feedburner dashboard, you will find link to Feedbulletin, which is a feed for feedburner issues related to your account.Search for “Monitor the health of your feed by subscribing to Feed Bulletin” and open the feed link and see if see any warning there.I’m using feedburner from day one and at times I get this issue when Feedburner stop showing the latest posts in feeds.One tip which I would like to give to anyone is: Always subscribe to your own feeds and blog Email newsletter, so that you can keep an eye on your Blog updates and if something goes wrong with the feeds, you can quickly get hold of it.There are more scenarios, usually when the feeds it not updating, there might have been a change on the side of the website,blog,news site you follow.Sometimes they change the of the feed – you can go to the website and look for the new one.
Like the vast majority of bloggers, I use Feedburner to serve the RSS feeds of my blogs. It lets you keep count of the subscriber count, allows readers to subscribe via email and you can change the feed URL at a later time without losing any subscribers. Therefore, if your Feedburner account isn’t being updated, your subscribers won’t know that you have added new content. It’s an even bigger problem if, like me, your Facebook and Twitter accounts are automatically updated via your RSS feed, as it means that your Facebook and Twitter followers will not be informed of new posts either. I was on holiday for 9 days in the Caribbean so wasn’t checking WP Mods closely every day.
Whilst the internet connection wasn’t great in my hotel, it was good enough to check my website and make sure everything was ok.
Posts published on the days there were supposed to but what I didn’t realise was that the WP Mods feed wasn’t being updated from 14 February to 19 February (which is the day I noticed the problem).
Pingshot automatically checks your site every 30 minutes.
If your feed hasn’t been updated in a few hours it’s worth pinging Feedburner so that it updates your feed.
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Here at Shout Me Loud, I use the combination of Aweber Feedburner for sharing latest posts with my readers.