- Easy installation and setup
<?php echo fbc_count() ?>to output the count. No unneeded options, no extra markup, place it wherever you want.
- If feed count cannot be retrieved, you can choose to display a custom ‘N/A’ text or keep the last retrieved count.
- Performance optimized for retrieval and parsing of the result.
- Average count calculation between dates. Since FeedBurner produces different readers count for each day, you can display to your users an average of, for example, the last 30 days.
- Activate the plugin through the Plugins menu in WordPress
- Adjust its settings according to your preferences under Settings
<?php echo fbc_count() ?>to print out the readers count in your templates
- Help! It’s not working
Check the HTML code of the page (by viewing the source in your browser), and find the place where fbc_count() is called. A HTML comment might be there explaining the cause.
- Isn’t there a plugin like this already?
Yes, but it was unmaintained and needed improvement. This one is much more reliable and flexible.