I am trying to learn about RSS and am getting confused.
I see in my Profile a link which reads:
'Subscribe to gunsock's RSS feed'
When I click this I get a list of my latest feeds. I presume this my RSS feed?
Is it possible to have a feed of all my hubs?
I use my *main* feed off my profile page n promote that one ..it lists recent Hubs n each one links to a related hub or fellow authors hub. I copy n paste the required urls in notepad n pull it up when I need them. hope that helps.
That is certainly a useful link Ding Dong. Thanks everyone for the helpful replies. I have just managed, for the first time, to put an RSS feed into one of my hubs, and it works. A Eureka moment!
I wrote this a few weeks ago, I'm sure it can give you an understanding of how RSS feeds work and why they are important to getting traffic. RSS FEEDS
That's another good link to a very useful article - and I like the feed validator as well.
For years I've had a blind spot about RSS. I've never used it and my eyes have always glazed over when its been discussed. I think the mist is actually beginning to clear.
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