FeedBurner integrates with Google Accounts

FeedBurner Blog announces that “in the coming weeks, upon visiting www.feedburner.com, selected publishers will have the opportunity to sign in using their Google Account”. Following on the footsteps of this account migration, FeedBurner will start to look and feel more like a set of Google services, and we will be completing much tighter integration into […]

FeedBurner Blog announces that “in the coming weeks, upon visiting www.feedburner.com, selected publishers will have the opportunity to sign in using their Google Account”.

Following on the footsteps of this account migration, FeedBurner will start to look and feel more like a set of Google services, and we will be completing much tighter integration into other Google services such as Google AdSense. (If you are a feed advertiser, don't worry: we have some happy surprises coming for you as well, and if you are an advertiser who is not yet a feed advertiser, you too shall be blessed with good fortune.)

As part of this Google Account migration, we will need to make a few process changes for our API partners. Effective immediately, the FeedBurner Management API will only be available for existing FeedBurner partners and those Google partners who currently have access to other Google AdSense APIs. The Awareness API will continue to work exactly as it did before, noting that once you migrate to a Google account, you will have to use your Google account credentials IF you use the authenticated API.

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