If I'm linking to a group of hubs based on the group RSS feed, which would you say is the best feed to choose?
Which will give the most movement (presumably latest) or which would be "best" to use? Any difference?
I use RSS feeds to crosslink related hubs, and I mix it up so that in the end they should all see some link love.
The ones that need it the most are likely the latest, so that's good, but I think the hot tab moves around the most.
Best tends to be the solid ones that will attract more actual click through traffic.
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