Can anyone help me please? I want to submit my RSS feed to some RSS sites. Can someone explain plain simple english how I can do this. Many thanks in advance....
one2get2no, thank you so very much for asking this question. I too have been confused by this and your question has been most helpful. Keep on, keepin' on.
this should be helpful.
I say, keep a copy of your RSS url in a file (and always Hub long/short urls too!) on your computer and visit RSS sites for submission. Keeping a file helps with promoting efforts
thats my RSS feed
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Thanks, PDH, it worked. Now another question. I want to put a feed on a poetry hub and feed in to that hub only other poetry hubs I have written. Is this possible to do?
prettydarkhorse, thank you for that you have just been most helpfull to me. It is also good to see others having the same problems I am.
Alek it is possible but a little complicated.
what you have to do is use a tag on all your poetry hubs that is common to only your articles maybe something like "AHPoet" once you have the tag in all the hubs give it a few hours for HP to pick it up then click in the tag and it will take you to a RSS page for just that tag. copy and paste the URL from the RSS page into the RSS capsule on your hub.
You may have to add the rss instruction to the URL after you paste it if it does not already have it.
RSS instruction is /?rss
If this is to much decide on a tag e-mail it to me and I will get the URL for the feed set up for you.
NOTE HP rss feeds only recognize the first 15 tags so the new tag has to be in the first 15 for this to work.
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