I would like to place a topic feed widget on my blogs.
I have many blogs about different subjects and would like to use them to advertise hubpages and hubs.
For example, I have a blog about finance, business, and money and would like a widget that would give me a feed of various hubs that were tagged under the topic Business, Finance, Money etc.
This widget would preferably be built in HTML so that it would work on multiple platforms that might not support Java.
Perhaps something like this already exists, but I have not seen such a thing yet in extensive searching...
Thanks for reading!
You can do an rss feed for tags.
For instance, the one for finance looks like this
Just click on the tag from your hub and you will see
Latest Hubs · tagged finance
Click the rss feed icon and you will have the url.
You can also search for the tag in the search box.
I'm not sure if this helps or not, but I hope so
cvaughn - I will try out what you have suggested. Thanks for the input.
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