What exactly is a RSS Feed?
I am new to the world of hubpages and am trying to set myself up to earn a bit of money, can you explain what an RSS feed is and how it will help me promote my hubs? Thanks
It is something that lets you stay notified of any changes on a page you might like to follow. You may have seen the little orange icon on many sites and if you click on them they will probably try to open up either your e-mail application or a plugin within your browser, and should allow you to set up a way of staying notified when published content gets updated.
You might add one of these to your hubs if you intended to update it regularly and want to keep readers updated of changes.
Really Simple Syndication
this topic is very well covered among the hub community - it really doesnt matter what it is ( a way to syndicate content) but rather how it can be used
check these out:
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by Glemoh1017 years ago
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