I wish to re-brand 18 of my hubs and have the RSS feed appear on my website. I am in the process of un-publishing and I will move manually to a new Hub Pages URL.
What is the best method to make this major change? I haven't promoted these hubs at all - I was waiting to get my feet underneath me here at Hub Pages.
The hubs all deal with swimming and an invention that I hold the utility - EZ Swimmer.
If I'm understanding the question, put the same tag in each hub and then write the RSS feed in such a way that it will only pick up hubs written by you and that carries that tag.
I wrote a hub on how to do that (although a little out of date), and It think it is in the learning center as well.
That's what I was wondering. Let me check it out in more detail...
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