My RSS is doing the hokey cokey! put your left one in, your right one out, in out, in out shake it all about.....! sorry, got carried away. Can someone please tell me if we can or can't put our RSS into our hubs? In the tutorials it says we can, then I read that we can't. Then I see someone with theirs on their hub, and put mine in. Then someone else says, so and so has left because they had to remove all their RSS and got peed off with it! and so on and on and on.........Help! please before I go off my rocker!
You gave me a good laugh this morning with the hokey pokey, thanks! Website Examiner is correct; you are more than welcome to use the RSS capsule, but the links must be relevant to your Hub's contents. Have a great day! BTW, I might come back and get you for having the hokey pokey stuck in my head all day. I can just hear my kids now, "Mom, will you please stop!"
Hi, Robin, now are we ready?! one two three, ya put ya left leg in, your right leg out, in out in out and shake it all about, hee hee!
Don't worry, I was just trying get the song stuck in Robins head! I am fine, at least I think I am...!
When you put it on YouTube, keep us posted.
RSS Feeds Must fit with the topic of the hub, not just a random newsfeed.
I have a blog where I review Android Apps, so I put that blog's RSS feed into all of my Android OS related hubs.
The answer really is Quite Simple Nell...
Ask yourself this: "What Makes Perfect SEO Sense Under the current climate?"
Good.. Now that you have worked that out... To be completely in line with HP's preferred stance...... You must:
- Do The Exact Opposite!
These days, a custom RSS feed that is made to be relevant to the hub's contents is a safe bet. "Latest," "hot" and so on are not.
I don't fool with them anymore as I never saw any increase in views because of them.
Argh! How could you?? I'm in so much trouble, Nell! WE, I'm definitely not okay! Sounds like Nell's not either. I'm off for a bit; have to get ready for our second daughter's preschool graduation! I'll be singing the hokey pokey all the way there.
Lol we could do with a little bit of fun .. all these problems are making people glum
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 Nathan Bernardo 6 years ago
In which Hubs should you have an RSS Feed of your other Hubs?It has been said that it's a good idea to put an RSS Feed of your Hubs in Hubs: Are there particular Hubs in which you should put the RSS Feed?
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 Kate Swanson 7 years ago
Whether I agree with HP's new policies or not, I respect the site's right to set their own rules. However, I think one of the reasons Hubbers are getting upset isthey're getting warnings based on rules they don't know existExamples:1. I have "overly promotional" warnings on several...
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 John Coviello 5 years ago
I just received an announcement that HubPages Is Getting Rid of RSS Capsules to get rid of seldom used capsules. I found this surprising since I use the RSS Capsule on every Hub that I publish, so readers can see my latest work when reading any of my Hubs and also to keep Hubs from being...
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