How do RSS feeds work. I would like to use them if they are valuable. I read some hubbers hubs say they use them and it exposes a lot of content to people. I am a complete noob to RSS feeds so fill me in.
That's a very general question. How about doing some research first, people will be more helpful if they don't think you're being lazy.
BTW if you're going to college this fall, how old does that make you?
Actually, you are seeking detailed knowledge on technical issues. The correct forum for posting that would be the Knowledge Exchange, then choose the relevant sub-forum.
But first, do some more research.
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