You can't post links to Hubpage articles on your Goodreads, Amazon and a host of other pages without an RSS feed. They will only take an RSS feed. I would like to link my posts here to all the websites where I have an author page. You would think Hubpages would want the traffic. Is this possible?
And on a side note...I've been reading articles about this that appear to be outdated...why are there no dates on the articles to tell people when they were written???
Every Hub has the last updated date displayed. Authors have a choice of displaying a copyright notice that has the year it was published. You'll find this in the display settings on the right side of the Hubtool (when editing a hub).
Hey thanks everyone for the information about the dates...but that was actually just a side thing I noticed. I was really wondering about the RSS feeds. Why can't we get them from Hubpages so we can share our articles here with sites like Amazon and Goodreads?
We have no officially supported RSS functionality on the site, but you may be able to find a third party tool like feedity.com (I've not used them myself, but just did a test) to use to create your own RSS feed from your HubPages domain. You could also hand code RSS as well and host it elsewhere referring to your Hubs.
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