In that post, it says, he could fix it by pinging the URL in troubleshoot tab inside your feedburner page, but whenever I pinged my URL, I got this message, “Your Ping resulted in an Error..”.Then I clicked “Resync” button, hoped for my RSS feed problem to be solved, it did not help either..Other bloggers and Word Press users also complain of the same issue, Think logically : In our case, there was no reason; WPBeginner’s way to ping Feedburner worked fine.But, finding the reason is the main point to solve the issue.
To use automatic updates, log in to your Word Press administrative interface and go to the page loads is best if you have several feeds to update.) For a break-down on how to use cron jobs, see How do I set up a cron job to check my feeds for updates?Normally all of us uses Google Feedburner Service and some kind of redirection towards the Feedburner’s URL – either via Plugin, Theme or .htaccess rules.The situation is complicated as the error can be from any point – origin, in transit and in delivery.Sometimes there are feeds that you would like to check, but only when you tell Feed Word Press to check them, rather than being checked automatically on a regular schedule.(Or, sometimes you may want to force Feed Word Press to check on a feed , rather than waiting for the next update scheduled by the cron job or automatic scheduler.) You can tell Feed Word Press to check for updates using the main Syndication page in the Feed Word Press administrative interface, using one of two methods: using the Update button, or using the Syndicated sources list together with the Update Checked button.