Evening / morning / afternoon all.
In a recent self-pitying thread I posted, Maddie Ruud helpfully suggested putting on a news capsule as Google likes to have new content to crawl every day.
So my question is do you put new content on yourself, or add news capsules, or RSS feeds, to keep Google happy?
Just wondering how many people do it.
I do either news capsules if I'm lazy, but I do prefer to use RSS feed capsules that link to my own content, so that people go, but they still stay on my pages for awhile and when I add new content in the tags related to each hubpage it updates automatically!
Oh I really am going to have to learn about that RSS stuff then. Arse. OK. That's my new project for the week.
The thing to remember is that it should be an RSS feed of relevant stuff. So, if I write a belly dance Hub I might put an RSS feed of my other belly dancing Hubs, but I wouldn't put an RSS feed of all my other Hubs.
Edweirdo wrote a Hub about it:
http://hubpages.com/hub/Promote-Your-Ol … -RSS-Feeds
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