I am technologically challenged and need all the help I can get !
Rss feed known as "Really Simple Syndication" its a family of web feed( provides users who subscribe for it with frequently updated content), i.e. f you have a blog and I subscribe on your feed, by simply clicking on it it will appear on top of my browser and anytime you publish new stuff I will be informed automatically, as they are published.
You can do the same for news, if you subscribe for BBC news you can get all the headlines in real time.
Hope this will help
RSS is something a fan of yours (or any reader) would sign up for, and after doing so they then get a notification any time you update or change a page. It is useful if you write a lot of guides or news stories where additional information could be added as it becomes familiar.
I have not used it yet myself, but as I understand it you would have to add and update these documents through an RSS client. I am sure there are quality guides that could help you with this, possibly even some here on hubpages.
by laswi7 years ago
RSS is expanded as Really Simple Syndication and it is a family of web feed formats used to publish frequently updated works such as blog entries, news headlines, audio, and video in a standardized format.
by Will Apse5 years ago
For people who never use RSS feeds for any reason, I reckon it would be worth giving them the option of disabling the feature.RSS feeds make it too easy for content to be stolen.
by Sherri5 years ago
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by Mike Russo5 years ago
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by PierrePierre6 years ago
Hi, there is a RSS capsule when I create one hub. But I don't know how to use it? Do you have some useful tips?Thanks!
by Tessa Schlesinger3 months ago
I was just looking at Klout and it said that it didn't see anything Ihat I had written, and that for stuff to be recognized, it had to be on sites which had RSS feeds.Any input?
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