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How do you use the hubpages rss feeds? and how does it help?


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Best Answer Rain Defence says

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    Cuttler 4 years ago

    Wow...that's just amazing...wish it was still open or that they bring it back. Seems like it could realy boost traffic and help keep hubs up to date, two very important components in a hub.

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John Coviello (Rock_nj) says

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  • Casimiro 4 years ago

    It's possible that HP is doing away with the RSS feeds because Google is no longer supporting AdSense for RSS feeds.


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Peter Ray (in4mative) says

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    AdamCairn 4 years ago

    I used RSS to feed news, tweets or other content to my hubs. It was a great way of sourcing extra information for hubs and I think keeping hubs regularly updated makes them more likely to be crawled.

    RIP RSS on HP

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Mary Hyatt (mary615) says

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    Cuttler 4 years ago

    you and me both...I've gone through the instructions gazillion times but to no avail

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Debby Bruck says

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    Cuttler 4 years ago

    Oh well, but can I still use it on my website?


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Comfort Babatola (ComfortB) says

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    John Coviello (Rock_nj) 4 years ago

    I haven't used RSS to fool Google or anyone else. I used it as a convient way to make readers aware of my latest hubs. Others used RSS to promote hubs that didn't have much traffic. There are two sides to the issue, as with any issue.


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    John Coviello (Rock_nj) 4 years ago

    That is a good solution to improve the use of RSS, as it can be quite beneficial. The problem with the way HubPages operates is that they throw the good out the good with the bad when they just get rid of a tool like RSS. How about change rules?

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Tina Truelove says

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    Cuttler 4 years ago

    yeah...it seems that way...happy are they who got a chance to use it

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