Hi! I noticed the Feed and would like to know if I should use this? I am totally in the dark about what this does...even after reading about it...so any simple explanation would be very appreciated!
Every hubber has their own RSS feed. A link is provided on the profile page. By default, it shows your latest hubs. Yours has this address:
To run that feed on HubPages, insert an RSS capsule into your hub, then use the URL provided, and specify how many entries you want shown and with what degree of detail. To run the RSS feed on a blog, use a corresponding widget.
HubPages also has a feed for the whole site, which I believe is what WriteAngled is talking about. It is available from the toolbar ("Feed"). You can use it to follow all relevant activities, and customize it to what you want displayed there. It is for our internal use only. You do not insert it anywhere, simply click on it to watch the feed as it is being continuously updated.
by RedElf7 years ago
I have noticed some Hubs have an RSS feed link to other Hubs by the same author. Is there info anywhere on how to link Hubs this way? I have several that would benefit from this and would like to give it a shot.Thanks...
by catgypsy4 years ago
I noticed that when I checked the stats on a new hub I wrote (which I published on the 16th of this month, November) it said I had 20 views under the 30 days column. How can that be when it hasn't even been on here for...
by Sherri5 years ago
I really can't point any of you to the many discussions there were about whether RSS feeds that display our own Hubs in a specific Hub of ours are a violation of the HP rules or not.I read info that the...
by Dorian2 years ago
Hello All,I was wondering if anyone knows what happened with the Rss feed.I know that tag filtered rss, and the rss capsule have been retired a while ago, but the rss feed of an author, like this:...
by catgypsy5 years ago
Hi! I just wrote a new hub (Is Friendship A Lost Art?, in case you need to look at the problem) and the picture I put in is not there. Just a blank box with a red x in it...what happened?Thanks, Catgypsy
by Dan Harmon6 years ago
A while back someone posted another method of using tags to make RSS feeds, and today I tried it out on 3 different hubs. The format used was: ht tp://hubpages.com/author/authors name/tag/latest?rssand it gives a...
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