In the profile section there is a link to add 'someones' widget to a website. What's that all about?
Are the RSS feeds automatic? Meaning that every hubber has one and therefore there is no setup required or is there something that has to be done to set it up?
The widget will insert a list of that person's hubs onto the website or blog where it is embedded. The RSS feeds, like the widget, are automatically updated. If you want to use them on HubPages, you should create a custom RSS feed relevant to your hub's contents. If you want to use them on a blog, you can simply choose which one you want - best, latest and so on.
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