I don't have a clear idea about the rss feeds. can somebody direct me to a place where I can learn about rss and how to use it in my hubs.
I'd recommend reading this hub:
http://hubpages.com/hub/Promote-Your-Ol … -RSS-Feeds
RSS is for when you have your own blog. Add RSS to the hub-page, then get your RSS feed (like feedburner.google.com/indikasblog as an example and then it will record posts onto HubPages
Yes Edwierdo's hub on that is the only way to learn, he explains it step by step and it is so easy to do it..
Wrylilt has given you the link follow the lead and make yourself richer for it...
I haven't seen this aspect discussed: Some sites offer to make your site part of a custom RSS feed, where they blend your URL with others, so that they will expose your recent contents and you will be exposing those of others by running the feed on your site. Personally, I'd be careful about doing that, since it essentially means giving carte blanche to running any strangers' links on your site.
This has been very helpful to me. Thank you all very, very much! A big hand of applause to Edwierdo for compiling the details.
Off to give it a try!
Thank you everybody. I learned a lot on RSS from the thread. Special thanks to WryLitt for directing to Edweirdo's magnificent hub. It got a whole lot of information on RSS
I've recently made a step by step guide to setting up your RSS on Hubpages if it's any use to you.xxx
I read that. It covers only the basics of the basics, namely setting up the default RSS feed that HubPages provides via the profile page. So there is no discussion of customization options or submission of RSS feeds to directories; however, the bottom of the hub has a link to Edweirdo's hub. Nice initiative.
http://hubpages.com/hub/How-To-Set-Up-R … Step-Guide
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