Feedburner Plugin 2.1 – Keeping Track of All of Your Syndication Needs

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  1. Hello Felix ! Thanks a lot for dropping by and for the feedback comments ! Welcome to elsua!

    Regarding your question above it is actually a plugin called Sociable and which I weblogged about it in the past over here. Over there you would be able to find the URL address of where to download it and how to configure it for your favourite social bookmarking services. All in all it takes well under 5 minutes to set it up and running.

    Have a look and let us know if you run into any trouble while trying to install it. Hope that helps.

  2. Hi – is there a plugin that would make this accessible to users?

    In particular because I run wpmu and that offers multiple themes, I would have to edit every theme to make this feature universally available.

    Thanks, M.

  3. Hi Martin ! Thanks a lot for the feedback comments and for dropping by ! Welcome to elsua!

    I am not sure if there would be a plugin available for multiple users of the same blogging platform, i.e. WordPress Mu. I must say that I haven’t seen it working just yet, so I am not sure it would work the way you are looking for. However, I am hoping that perhaps someone out there who may have been able to install WordPress Mu successfully would be able to chime in and help out. In my case, and for the case of running a single weblog on WordPress I just had to install the plugin, activate it and off it goes. I haven’t looked into the details of whether it would work on WP Mu. You may want to check it out with the plugin creator and see if they would be willing to work on it. I think it would be really useful for us all, so I cannot see a reason why it may not be implemented at some point in time.

    Thanks again for the feedback and the link and good luck with the hunt!

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