I still do not quite understand RSS. In the URL Box what are you supposed to add. I thought I was supposed to add my blog address or another hub. I know this is a simple question for most of you. However, I am internet impaired...kind of ...
First of all RSS means Rich Site Summary. RSS feed is essentially a file in XML format, that has information updates made to all the sites added to the RSS Feed list and which is sent to a person's RSS Feed reader, such as some e-mail software. Now as to what you are doing, check to see if your blog's address is correct and complete. Copy and paste it in the URL field of the RSS Feed settings box. Then hit preview.
Hope that helps.
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