Hubpages RSS : How to Find Out Hubpages RSS?
RSS(Really Simple Syndication or RSS 2.0) is a family of Web feed formats used to publish frequently updated posts of any blog entries, news headlines, audio, and video in a standardized format. RSS document includes full or summarized text, plus metadata such as publishing dates and authorship. Hubpags has also RSS to do such type of things. You may use them for your own hubs or for your websites or blogs also. At first, many hubbers (mostly, the new hubbers) face a little bit problem to find the RSS of his or her own account. This page will revels the way to find out any hubber's own RSS link. Just follow the steps.
You can find your own RSS very easily. There are two ways to find or select your own RSS link. The ways are:
Steps for Finding Hubbers Own RSS (Long Procedure)
Steps for Finding Hubbers Own RSS (Short and Fast Procedure)
Details are explained below:
Steps for Finding Hubbers Own RSS (Long Procedure):
- After log-in your hubpages account, click on my profile option (upper right side of your page after log-in).
- When you are in your profile page, look there are two rectangle boxes on the right side and look in the lower box has a option Subscribe to YourNames's RSS feed. Right click on it and select Copy Link Location.
- Open a notepad (Start → All Programs → Accessories → Notepad) file. Now Paste (Ctrl+V) the copied link location. For me (rancidTaste), it will look like the following:
Your's also look like the similar except the name.
Steps for Finding Hubbers Own RSS (Short and Fast Procedure):
By following anyone of the above ways, you can easily find the RSS link of your own account.
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