I want to redo my twitter rss feed with a tracker. Is it possible? I can't seem to see where I can insert the tracker.
If you want to redo your HUB RSS Feed to have a tracker and use in twitter then find thisisolis article on yahoo pipes.
placing a tracker in a twitter rss feed is a new one for me, and I would be interested in learning more
Ive been waiting for the day when there is something you dont know! Brilliant... that day has come!!! lol
many such things exist - but, this isnt one of them
Hey... another great thing... all anyone has to do is call Sunforged and you will come! What a great thing these Google alert things are! I had no idea...
*sings sunforged sunforged sunforged! * Is that three alerts or four? I will have to investigate further.
Yep, Yahoo pipes can help you insert a tracker in to any rss feed
I thought she meant a Hubpages feed including a tracker being automatically posted to her twitter.
I tried this and when I run the pipe, I removed the ?rss from the end of the rss url and for the tracker box put the preceding _ in it. Which generated an rss results feed I could see, but didn't produce a "get an rss" feed from the pipes link.
So, fiddling about with it, it's not 100% right, or I'm not .... so I need to fiddle more.
Who wrote this? Anybody owning up?
s'OK... got it sussed now. All A-OK.
Removed the _ in the pipes regex box
Left the ? but removed the rss at the end for the rss feed url
Inserted the _ preceder for the tracker
Seems to work.
I have twitterfeed set up so that when I publish a new hub, it gets posted on twitter automatically.
I'd like to use an RSS feed that has a tracker in it, similar to how we add trackers to links when posting them elsewhere.
I can't figure out if we are able to add a referral tracker to the RSS feed.
If we can, how?
I would insert the tracker, and then insert the new RSS feed with the inserted tracker into twitterfeed, so that all hubs that the feed posted on my twitter account, would then have the tracker in it.
I went to yahoo pipe. It didn't work.
Told me no rss feed found
Edit: I think I've got it now, but I can't get my other feeds to pull up in order to delete the one without the tracker. How can I figure out where I submitted them, like what feed burner type deal? I swore I used twitterfeed.
Also, how do I know if the tracker is really there or not?
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