I am a little bit confusion about feedburner and hubpaes. I know that if any guy have blogspot.com account then he can use feedburner very nicely to publish his new blogs headings. But is it possible to do the same thing by using hubpages?
For blogspot.com, we have to give the main link (for example: xy.blogspot.com) to feedburenr. Would anybody tell me the way to do those things by using hubpages and feedburner?
Actually, i am a bit confusion. That's why i ask help form anybody. I am expecting any types of suggestions or reference.
How To Use RSS Feed On HubPages
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