Hi I am trying to add a feedburner feed of a blog to a hub but I am getting the "this does not appear to be a valid feed error " from the RSS module: I hope this is either temporary or a something I doning wrong. The feed ur l which I have is http://feeds.feedburner.com/MakingMoney … Of100Sites
Hi Lissie. That's not an actual feed, much like your "latest hubs" page is a constantly updated site, not a feed, but you can make one from it. Click the "View feed XML" link there in the box in the upper right hand corner.
by Inspirepub9 years ago
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