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Question -- Sun Seven wrote an article about the 100 things for hubbers and bloggers to do. I was wondering how to this. Thank you!
2. Add a line to your article so that the readers are reminded to subscribe to your articles.
Err, you type a line of text (a sentence) asking something like:
If you liked what you read in this article, why not subscribe?
Thanks but what feature do I need to add that allows people to then subscribe? I am still a relative newbie so sorry if this seems really common sensical to you! Thanks.
Every hubber's profile page will have this: Subscribe to X's RSS feed
You can provide a link for the visitor to subscribe to your RSS feed. That url will look like this, for example: http://hubpages.com/author/weblog/latest/?rss
On the right hand side, under your picture (if you have one, and you should) and other information, there is also the option to join fan club. It looks like this:
Read more hubs by Stacie Naczelnik
Contact Stacie Naczelnik
Join Stacie Naczelnik's fan club
Subscribe to Stacie Naczelnik's RSS feed
Request a hub from Stacie Naczelnik
by Will Apse6 years ago
For people who never use RSS feeds for any reason, I reckon it would be worth giving them the option of disabling the feature.RSS feeds make it too easy for content to be stolen.
by Leona J Atkinson10 years ago
Why can't I subscribe to the RSS feed for my pages? I wanted to add the RSS Feed from my Hub Pages to my Blog in Yahoo 360 but when I click on the link to subscribe to the feed a message comes up that says...
by Susannah Birch7 years ago
Just wondering if there's any way we could have RSS feeds made from groups... and a few other changes to groups (such as making the links circular.)
by Susan Britton5 years ago
Can someone please show me how to use Rss feeds.I have no idea how to put them in my hubs. All I know is they bring traffic. Please help. How do I link rss feeds to my pages?
by Jocelyn7 years ago
Are RSS Feeds Very Helpful?I created an account at Feedage and was wondering if anyone noticed a positive change in their Hub traffic and earnings after making RSS Feeds?Thank you very much! :-)
by carol stanley5 years ago
I am still confused on both of these ...Do you need to have a blog, facebook etc?
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