Anyone knows how to do that? What I only know is that there is a link for hot and latest feeds but not fr individual hubs.
What exactly is a RSS feed for an individual hubpage? A feed of all changes that were made to the hub's content? Or a feed of all the comments? If you mean the latter then I must say I can't find that either.
For example, if have a hub h ttp://hubpages.com/hub/HubA, how do I create a feed for that? Then if I have a hub h ttp://hubpages.com/hub/HubB, another feed for that.
Or should I combine many hubs together to form a feed? Sorry if I'm not getting this right...
Combining several hubs is the idea with the feeds. If you like, you could have a feed consisting in one hub, but I don't quite see the benefit, as HubPages does not support separate feeds for comments.
Yes...I think I see the idea now. Thank you!
So let's say if I want to submit a feed of 10 hubs to some feed directories, then I have to create a tag let's say 'Hubs' for all the pages and then submit the link h ttp://hubpages.com/tag/Hubs/hot?rss ?
You are welcome. Sounds about right, except your author name has to be in there (as per Edweirdo's instructions shown above). Of course, you should omit the space ("http" not "h ttp"), he just inserted that on the forum to avoid creating an active hyperlink.
An easy way is to go to feedage dot com and join for free. You will be glad you did. Go to html to rss section on feedage and put in your hubpage url. Then convert it to rss.
Now you have an rss feed for a single hub. Submit that rss feed to rss aggregator sites such as rss mountain to gain links.
Terry, could you please explain the benefit of creating an RSS feed for a single hub as opposed to several hubs.
Easy. When you take one url and make one rss feed you have a one way back link. Submit that feed to 130 rss aggregator sites and suddenly you have over 1200 backlinks.
Let's take that one step further though to really make it work.
When you take the two rss feeds from two html to rss feeds (such as 2 hubpages urls) and turn those two feeds into one feed you then have a three way back link working when you submit it.
Now to take it to the next level, take that third rss feed, the one that contains the two html rss feeds that you made from two different hubpages and you made it into one feed, then submit it to feedburner, bang, you now have a four way back linking feed.
Exponentially, each feed supports the other with the final feedburner feed packing the punch.
Clear as mud I know, it works and it works very well.
Edweirdo has written a hub about custom RSS feeds. He recently found an easier solution to what you are looking for, assuming that you mean not a single hub but a hub collection of your choice:
Thanks Terry, that is pretty deep and sounds impressive.
Hi Jeff, usually when you submit to rss aggregators they in turn submit to others, therefore you get a few hundred links. I think the last count using software to 130 sites results in about 4800 indexed pages as each submit to each other and outside to lesser known sites.
Just like article marketing. You submit to one site and it forwards the article to other sites.
One way linking is one rss. Two rss mashed up to form one unique rss feed is two way linking. Repeat the process and you can go infinite levels deep.
The trick is everyone submits articles, forum posts and profiles, build web 2.0 sites, upload pdf's, upload slideshows and make a few you tube videos to build links, therefore rss feeds is something not everyone does and that's the trick.
RSS is just thinking outside the square, not following the norm to build diversity to your link building program. Besides, rss building takes just a few minutes and like I said, it works.
As to the list - try this site:
Change hxxp to http
Hey Terry, that's very good information and thanks for the list!
So did you achieved good rankings on google just with the aid of the hundreds if not thousands of rss links?
Do you submit to 130 rss sites manually or is there an automated tool?
I use sick submitter for profile linking, article submissions, directory submissions, pinging and rss submissions. For 20 bucks a month it is brilliant.
I have been using the software for six months now with the result of having quite a few of my sites on page 1. It has made a profound difference to me.
Now with rss submissions, the point I would like to make is that it adds diversity to your link building program. Something that many other promoters are not doing. I believe it is the "edge" in getting successful results.
I think Terry has provided excellent information, too. If you knew him, you would know that he would never submit to 130 sites manually. Also, I think he has made it very clear that he has seen good results. Perhaps it is time to do some research?
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