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Do I need to provide a link in each hub with the RSS feed URL so people can subscribe to see my new hubs in a newsreader? Or would people who know how to use a newsreader be able to figure this out without any help?
If the person has a Hubpages account, then they can get email updates simply by clicking the "follow" button on your profile.
As for RSS - do we still even have those easily accessible?
Generally, a hub is stand alone content. Like a quality article. Chances are that if a person visits one, they won't ever visit your content again. I wouldn't get too hung up on subscribers.
by vietnamvet687 years ago
When will Hubbers learn? It's all these selling hubs that is bringing this site DOWN.Googles new Algorithm does not like affliates
by Paula16 months ago
Do you allow people to take your copyrighted content and post it on their site if they credit you?I am currently overwhelmed at how the copyrighted content is being stolen from one of my hubs in particular. I...
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