Question I like the RSS feature which allows you to post an automatic list of hubs to your blog/website whatever. However I took it off again and now add links in via by blogroll because I wanted to get the affiliate links in . Can anyone tell me if a visitor finds hubpages via your RSS feed on another site if you still get the revenue sharing as per the trackers?
I'm just pushing this up again onto the front page because no one's answered - and that's a first for hubpages!
We do not put URL trackers into the RSS feed urls. So, no, you will no get any revenue sharing (from trackers) from links added with RSS.
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