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When I click on the RSS feed button on my other blogs on the Internet, a page of code shows up, and I copy the link from browser bar for the RSS atom, and post it where I need to.
But on Hubpages, if I click on the RSS button for my profile page, a download starts, then I get an error window that says that page is not available. How do I get the ATOM for my RSS to post to my other blogs to promote my hubpages articles?
I've wondered about this myself, but never got around to asking. I'm looking forward to an answer.
Right click on the rss link and click copy shortcut. Then paste it where you want the RSS feed to show up. That should do it. Let us know if you still have problems.
I can't get the RSS feed to work either. I tried the right click, copy shortcut. Still nada.
Ok, I right clicked and got this: http://hubpages.com/author/Moonmaiden/latest/?rss
But when I post that somewhere and click on it, I still get nowhere.
I had success posting my RSS feed here: http://quirkysockcritters.blogspot.com/
Where are you trying to put your RSS feed?
Has it worked for you anywhere else?
I've been trying to add it to my Yahoo! 360 page. My other RSS feeds work fine there, but I can't get Hubpages to cooperate. I can insert my Profile page as a link, but that's it.
Very frustrating as I want to start promoting my Hubs.
We were blocking all robots from our RSS feeds in order to deal with some search indexing issues that cropped up. I updated the robots.txt so that now we only block Googlebot.
You should find that the feeds work on yahoo again (and any other place that was honoring our robots.txt previously).
Thanks for bringing this to our attention.
Wow, I am so impressed with the entire Hubpages team. Any time I have a problem or concern, I always get lightning fast help from someone on the Hubpages staff. This is totally unlike some other sites that I deal with, which have either extremely irritating and clunky interfaces with lots of bugs, or a staff that refuses to address issues regardless of how many complaints they receive. They simply bury their heads in the sand.
In case you were wondering, I got the Hubpages RSS feed to work now. Thank you, thank you, thank you, Hub Pages staff! Now I'm off to attempt to create a virtual traffic jam!
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