I am also experiencing this issue still - how long did you have to
deactivate your MyBrand for? How long did you have to wait until the
Google feedproxy address stopped spitting up 404 errors?
On Jan 23, 1:30 pm, MJJames wrote:
> Thanks Scott for this tip, solved my feed issue straight away, I was
> getting annoyed at having no feed for 2 days!
> On Jan 23, 6:47 pm, Scott Johnson wrote:
> > Update: From my end, this is truly a problem with the FB->Google
> > conversion. I removed one domain, deactivated theMyBrandservice
> > (removing the primary domain), and readded/activated. Problem gone!
> > -Scott
> > On Jan 23, 12:45 pm, Scott Johnson wrote:
> > > I'm getting the same result, too. Google apparently has broken
> > >MyBrandwith the conversion over to the Google system. So, Google,
> > > what do you have to say for yourselves? Our subscribers are currently
> > > gone. To fix this, we will have to create new sites on our "feeds"
> > > domains with redirects to the new feed location. Should we just drop
> > > feedburner at this point? Or will you fix this problem?
> > > -Scott
> > > On Jan 22, 11:26 am, Bkno wrote:
> > > > I'm getting 404s too.
> > > > On the help pages it says
> > > > # Click the remove link next to your currentMyBranddomain(s), and
> > > > then click Save.
> > > > # Re-enter the domain(s) you removed in the previous step and then
> > > > click Save.
> > > > # Try to view the feed(s) that were showing404errors before. They
> > > > should now display your content.
> > > > Have done this but still get 404s.
> > > > Anyone get this working since having to change the Cnames? My
> > > > subscriber count is now 1% what it was.
> > > > On Jan 22, 1:55 pm, Tsoots (2) wrote:
> > > > > I am not even able to activateMyBrandwith the domain name I used
> > > > > subscribers have subscribed to this domain. At theMyBrandpage when
> > > > > > > I went to change myMyBrandrecently after moving my feeds from
> > > > > > >MyBrandto recognize the new feed? TheMyBrandscreen in My Account