WHAT IS THE URL NEEDED FOR ITS ASKED FOR WHEN YOU WANT TO INTRODUCE A RSS FEED INTO A CAPSULE OR SIGN INTO AMAZON.
the URL is the place where your website/RSS feed is situated on the world wide web. If you click on your profile page and click on subscribe to writegabe's feed the URL which is in the web browser window is the one you insert in your RSS feed capsule. The URL asked for by Amazon is the address if you like, where your product you are advertising is situated on the Amazon website. Alternatively you can click on the keywords tab on the Amazon capsule and enter a keyword relating to your hub i.e A hub about Laptops, you would use Laptops as your keyword. Hope this clears things up a bit for you.
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