So, I've started using Ping-O-matic, are there any findings using this? Or is it a waste of time....
If your page has an RSS feed pinging is useful. The reason is that RPC stands for remote procedure call, it will ping or notify a server that your content is updated. If there is no RSS it is a waste of time imo. This is however unproven, maybe ping then check stats to see if bots come.
Each hub has a valid RSS feed. This site will help you find what your hub feed is.
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