Is there a way to get an RSS feed URL for profile pages? Not sure how to do that. Any input appreciated!
You used to be able to do it by simply adding the standard "/hubs/latest?rss" to your profile URL. In your case it would've been:
But for some reason (probably because of Google) they disabled this feature.
You can add it to blogs, websites and such as it keeps you updated on the latest info. It basically has to be watched practically all of the time. Compared to one website, there are too many Hubs to watch for it to be useful.
You may get more traffic but the Hubs may also become overloaded once they find the RSS. That may (or may not) be the reason why they disabled it. Then again, perhaps Google did not like it.
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