Hi everyone, I want people to be receiving google alert from my blogs each time I publish. Does anyone have idea of how to go about it?
Thanks in anticipation.
I don't think it's possible, you can set up a google alert for names that show up on the web. I guess you could put one with your username or the name of your blog and it might send alerts for your new posts, but I doubt it. People would have to set up alerts to follow you also.
If you are talking about hubbpages, people who are following you will be notified when you post a new hub.
Why am asking is that i got a google alert from one of the keywords that i subscribed to and it turned out to be from hubpages. This now made me wonder if one could apply to google to be sending out alert to all those that subscribe to any chosen word.
Thanks for the prompt reply
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