How many RSS submission sites do you use to submit rss feeds for your hub and which are the best.
As many as possible. But as they are sometimes here one day and gone the next it is best not to rely on any one (or few). I use my own hubs to access the various RSS submission sites that I use. It is much easier to go from one to another when you are posting your latest RSS feed.
Does anybody really believe that Google sees value in these links?
Apparently so, but I seriously doubt it.
Not really any, I have my RSS feed on a few sites, but I have never had much success with it. I think I pretty much agree with PCUnix when it come to this, Google is not stupid and it is very, very easy to spot RSS feeds.
That is not to say that RSS has no value. Surprisingly, real people actually subscribe to RSS feeds.
ya'll taking a very small view of HOW rss feeds are populated across the net and perhaps forgetting that rss submission sites are about people not google.
Hook yourself up with a google alert for a unique term and see how quickly and how far your links spread.
Lots of speculation is always spouted on HP forums, try some experimentation with tracking measures.
You will be surprised.
These are the rss submission sitesI use , but, I use a $20 submission software to post most of my new sites (once - when they are created.)
At the very least, your index times will greatly increase.
Less asking, less speculating and dreaming, more action and measured testing = realistic understanding of how things work
this may help those that speculate more than act - (Scientific Method)
http://www.sciencebuddies.org/science-f … thod.shtml
by Mike Russo 6 years ago
I'm trying to understand RSS feeds. I think the capsule is a reader that aggreates feeds from other websites, but I'm not sure
by Dobson 8 years ago
I am wondering about a new strategy i am trying. What I am doing is putting an RSS Feed into my best performing (Viewed) hubs with my latest (not indexed by Google) yet hubs. IS this a good way to have them "crawled"? Or is it better to add links instead so each hub stands alone?
by Will Apse 7 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 Barbara Badder 7 years ago
I found a good article in some of the reasons some sites have gone down in the search.1. Too many ads on the pages. Google has been pushing me to put more adsense ads on my website. Strange.We do have a lot of ads on our hubs.2. Authority on certain subjects such as medicine. Then why is eHow rated...
by Cagsil 7 years ago
Hey Staff,Please get your moderation team on the same page. I am beginning to get PISSED OFF at their incompetence.Last time I checked, RSS Feeds are allowed to be ON hubs and must be relevant to the HUB.I am getting sick and tired of moderators telling me to DELETE specific links inside RSS Feeds,...
by Nathan Bernardo 6 years ago
Is it a good idea to submit RSS Feeds to RSS Feed submission sites? If so, which ones are best?
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