Ok, so i've just set up a new blog and want to promote my posts via rss feeds.
When I am submitting my site do I submit my homepage
just wondering because alot of sites say add a page with .xml at the end but I don't know how to find that
so should i submit this?
goes something like this... This is my Rss feed
This is yours...
I have a blog i.e a wordpress blog and want the feed from that, not my hub
the beginning of this hub shows where to find rss feeds at common sites
@kmackey - JR mentions he has started a new blog - you are sharing a hub rss
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