Often people will write on the same topic and individually they will write on all sorts of topics. I am wondering how to use the rss feeds to link to when new pages are written on that topic by any author on one of my pages that is on the same topic?
You can add an RSS link to any authors posts tagged with a given tag by adding the feed
where "name" is the authors profile name and
"tag" is the tag of the articles you want to link to.
You can also substitute "latest" and "best" for the "hot" parameter
Your hub is automatically getting fresh content which is always a good thing , also you can promote your hubs , blog posts using RSS for extra traffic and exposure
For example you can add your hub pages rss feed in your Facebook profile , In your blog etc for extra exposure for your hubs
How to use RSS feed to promot hubs. Can I submit RSS feed of my hubs to RSS Directories. Will it increase hub traffic? Plase help.
Yes you can Creation I use the RSS url from my profile and people will see my latest Hubs. Promote your urls wherever you can and traffic will increase but it takes time just be patient.
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