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RSS Feed question

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    Amie Warrenposted 6 years ago

    Hi, and sorry if this is a redundant question, but I couldn't find an answer anywhere.

    When an article is updated, does it go back out on the feed?

    Can an individual article have it's own feed?

    Asking, because I'm doing an article that is going to be like an ongoing thing, with frequent updates, and want everyone to be able to keep up.

    Thanks so much.

    1. IncomePowerBoost profile image59
      IncomePowerBoostposted 6 years ago in reply to this

      I dont know about hubpagesbut i use  rapidfeeds an you have to update the feed  every time you publish an article

    2. Cagsil profile image83
      Cagsilposted 6 years ago in reply to this

      It's not a problem, that is what the forum community is for. smile
      The feed updates automatically on it's own. Any changes will be made as it cycles through.
      When you setup the feed, you can set it to a specific keyword. Make sure the keyword is exclusive to your individual hub.
      Make sure you inform your reader to sign up for the feed or subscribe to the feed on the hub, so updates can be received. But, then again, sooner or later, your hub will get very long.
      You're welcome.

  2. sunforged profile image68
    sunforgedposted 6 years ago

    Rather than directly answer, i would suggest that you reconsider your approach.

    Its sounds like you want to use one hub as a blog.

    An rss feed will in no way inform your readers of changes in already published hub.

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      Amie Warrenposted 6 years ago in reply to this

      Thanks, but I don't want to use it as a blog. I'll just do several parts, and link them together.

      1. sunforged profile image68
        sunforgedposted 6 years ago in reply to this

        so you will do several "hubs" and then link them together?

        "an article" is singular - see my confusion?

        I can answer anything you would want to do with an rss feed, Im sure.

        But, I dont know what your asking yet.

        1. WryLilt profile image87
          WryLiltposted 6 years ago in reply to this

          If an article runs over 2000 words it's often a good idea to break it down into easy to understand parts, then link them. How long is the article, Amie?

          1. Ipeoney profile image84
            Ipeoneyposted 6 years ago in reply to this

            Rss Feed question:  I submit a hub to technorati and they ask me to place a code that they gave me to put in my article to make sure I'm the author, and I did that and they ask me the RSS feed and I gave it to them but they said that the code is not visible in the feed that I gave them.
            What Rss feed shall I give them that will open as one hub only, because if I say Http://hubpages,com/author/yourname/latest/?rss it will give you all of your hub.
            And the code that they gave me- I place it in the capsule at the end of the whole article, but they said they couldn't find it. I can see it in the article but I can't see it in the HTML code source. How can I make it appear in the HTML source code?