When using Pingler to ping posts, is their a difference in using the rss feed URL or the regular URL. If so, which one to use?
The regular URL pings your site to 92 different search engines.
The RSS Feed pings your site to 37 different search engines.
Using both means that some search engines will have pinged your hub twice, which may result in someone taking them both down.
If I were you, I'd stick to the regular URL unless you know for a fact that the RSS Feed would give you better results.
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