How to Remove a Post from Google FeedBurner

FeedBurner

FeedBurner updates the feed as soon as you publish the new post. Few days back, One of my post went live before completing the post. This happened because I accidentally pressed the Publish Button instead of Preview button. I immediately deleted the post, But the problem was my Feedburner showed that incompleted post which was confusing for readers. My main fear was what if FeedBurner sends this post to my subscribers. Fortunately I’d be able to remove the post from feed so that uncompleted post won’t remain in my subscribers’ feed.

So here is a quick guide How I removed the post from FeedBurner.

Also Read: How to Recover Deleted WordPress Blog Post Easily

How to Remove Post From FeedBurner

1. At first delete the post from your blog. To do that Edit your post and click on ‘Move to trash’ if you are using WordPress platform. You can also save it as a draft if you don’t want to lose the content.

2. Then Login to your FeedBurner Account. Select your desired site’s feed. Then choose “Troubleshootize” option from the Menu.

Troubleshootize option on FeedBurner

3. Scroll down. Somewhere in the middle of the page you’ll notice a “Resync Now” button. Click on it and your deleted post will no longer appear in your FeedBurner.

'Resync Now' button on Feedburner

Pretty simple? Right.
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Istiak Rayhan
 

Istiak Rayhan is the founder of RoadToBlogging.com, a blog that aims to make bloggers' journey easier. Istiak loves to help newbie bloggers to build a better blog. Here's more about him.

  • Shahzad says:

    Thanks Istiaq for the great tip. I am not taking care my Feedburner now but I will. This article will definitely help me.

    Thanks

    • Istiak Rayhan says:

      Hey Shahzad, FeedBurner is must for any blog. Good to know that you are going to take care of your FeedBurner. Thanks for your comment.

  • Mushfiqur says:

    Great tip Ishtiak! Trust me, I always tend to hit the publish button instead of the ‘preview’ button before even completing the post. Thanks for the heads up! If I ever do such mistake, I will surely follow your instructions.

    • Istiak Rayhan says:

      Good looks with the comment Mushfiqur. BTW it’s ISTIAK :P

      • Mushfiqur says:

        Oh damn :P ISTIAK! well you know, it’s spelled that way here :P

  • Thanks for the post dear Istiak. Is it same for blogspot ???

    • Istiak Rayhan says:

      Yea, it’s same.

  • Suresh Khanal says:

    It’s a good tips. It often happens and more often when I update the theme on my Windows Live Writer, it publishes a temporary post to detect the blog editing theme. This temporary post is useless and should not go to public.

    This method can help you if you’ve configured the feeds to appear after some delay. Good tips!

  • LaVonne says:

    This just saved me. So simple. Thank you, thank you, thank you!

    • Istiak Rayhan says:

      Glad I could help.

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