I found my content posted to an RSS feed but don't know how to get the RSS feed to pull it.
I found a blogger blog that took a bunch of my articles in their entirety, posted it on their site with other articles, then submitted their blogger site's RSS feed to 5z5.com.
The blog is no longer alive, but the RSS feed with my article and an Amazon ad remain on the RSS feed site. How do I go about reporting/removing my article from the RSS feed?
I have no idea but I have a similar problem. Some one has added one of my blog post links with a few lines of description to his/her blog and given me a backlink. I don't even know if they did a favor to me or harmed me.
by Wendy Iturrizaga7 years ago
Hello, HubMobsters, welcome to a new month and a new exiting HubMob weekly topic. This time after a difficult Diabetes Awareness week we are going to jump to lighter topics and we are going to be writing...
by Cagsil6 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...
by Mike Russo6 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 IndikaT7 years ago
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.
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 Holle Abee7 years ago
I have read five articles about this, and each one provides different instructions. I can't get any of them to work! I'm trying to add the RSS link to yousaytoo. Help?
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