Have you ever been asked to pay for putting RSS (news clips) on a website? Is this expected or usual?
Your comments and experience with this would be very helpful? Thanks so much.
I'm sorry. I haven't heard of such a thing, but it wouldn't surprise me.
Yep - I understand that.
I'm very interested in hearing the experience of other hubbers who have outside websites.
I just dunno if its reasonable for news agencies to ask for payment from people who will drive traffic away from their own sites to theirs!
Any takers on the subject?
Travel would like someone who has experienced "payment" for RSS Feeds?
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