Enabling Subscribe by Email

To use the “Subscribe by Email” feature, either in the Navigation Menu, or in any of the Widgets area, you must first have your blog’s feed burned to a free Feedburner Feed.  If you haven’t done that, find out how.  After your blog’s built-in RSS feed is successful burned to a feedburner feed, there is one more step: enabling the feature in your Feedburner account.

How to Enable Email Subscriptions with Feedburner

If you have more than one Feedburner Feed set up make sure you select the correct one to enable Email subscriptions.

To enable Email subscriptions, log into your Feedburner account at http://feedburner.google.com, select the correct feed, and click on the “Publicize” tab.

publicize feed

Then, click on the “Email Subscriptions” item on the left sidebar, and click to activate the feature, as shown below:

activate Email subscribe

Once it is activated, you can ignore the “Subscription Form code” section in the “Subscription Management” area because ProPhoto takes care of all of that.

ignore subscribe management

If you want to use a link to your subscription form instead of the built in ProPhoto form then you can use the “Subscription link code” they provide.

Paste this link code in a text widget or the "text" editing area of a post/page.

Paste this link code in a text widget or the “text” editing area of a post/page.

Below is what a linked popup Email subscription form looks like:feedburner Email popup

And you’re welcome to tweak the other settings: Email branding, communication preferences, and delivery options.
Other Email settings


To use the “Subscribe by Email” feature, either in the Navigation Menu, or in any of the Widgets area, you must first have your blog’s feed burned to a free Feedburner Feed.  If you haven’t done that, find out how.  After your blog’s built-in RSS feed is successful burned to a feedburner feed, there is one more step: enabling the feature in your Feedburner account.

How to Enable Email Subscriptions with Feedburner

If you have more than one Feedburner Feed set up make sure you select the correct one to enable Email subscriptions.

To enable Email subscriptions, log into your Feedburner account at http://feedburner.google.com, select the correct feed, and click on the “Publicize” tab.

publicize feed

Then, click on the “Email Subscriptions” item on the left sidebar, and click to activate the feature, as shown below:

activate Email subscribe

Once it is activated, you can ignore the “Subscription Form code” section in the “Subscription Management” area because ProPhoto takes care of all of that.

ignore subscribe management

If you want to use a link to your subscription form instead of the built in ProPhoto form then you can use the “Subscription link code” they provide.

Paste this link code in a text widget or the "text" editing area of a post/page.

Paste this link code in a text widget or the “text” editing area of a post/page.

Below is what a linked popup Email subscription form looks like:feedburner Email popup

And you’re welcome to tweak the other settings: Email branding, communication preferences, and delivery options.
Other Email settings

To use the “Subscribe by Email” feature, either in the Navigation Menu, or in any of the Widgets area, you must first have your blog’s feed burned to a free Feedburner Feed.  If you haven’t done that, find out how by clicking here.

After your blog’s built-in RSS feed is successful burned to a feedburner feed, there is one more step: enabling the feature in your Feedburner account.

How to Enable Email Subscriptions with Feedburner

If you have more than one Feedburner Feed set up make sure you select the correct one to enable Email subscriptions.

To enable Email subscriptions, log into your Feedburner account at http://feedburner.google.com, select the correct feed, and click on the “Publicize” tab.

feedburner-publicize

Then, click on the “Email Subscriptions” item on the left sidebar, and click to activate the feature, as shown below:

Once it is activated, you can ignore the “Subscription Management” section because ProPhoto takes care of all of that, but you’re welcome to tweak the other settings: Email branding, communication preferences, and delivery options.

feedburner-ignore

feedburner-email-subscription-settings

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