I published a new web site a few weeks ago, and I have only just got around to starting a bit of promotion. Since the site provides resources for UK teachers, I added a link to it on the Times Education Supplement site. Then I had an idea to write a hub on a related topic. I added a news feed capsule to my hub, and it linked to my site on the TES website!
What a marvelous feeling that must be! I had my urban homesteading site show up on a Google Alert once for homesteading and it was a thrill!
by Kate Swanson7 years ago
It seems the News Capsule is now out of favour.That's a bummer, because over the last couple of years, it's been recommended as a great thing to add your Hubs to keep the content "fresh".As a result, I (and...
by Kathryn Skaggs10 years ago
Simply that... my news-feeds are disappearing and/or not refreshing automatically. Meaning I am needing to go in and refresh them manually. This won't work on the ongoing forwards...Please don't respond that...
by Ronald E Franklin8 days ago
I just received an email from Google AdSense that I never expected to receive:"In the last 24 hours: New violations were detected. As a result, ad serving has been restricted or disabled on pages where these...
by Paul Deeds6 years ago
New Hub Warnings - We now display automated warnings on hubs identified to be in areas where rules violations are common. These are the first step toward implementing some of the rules changes described on the HubPages...
by Wesman Todd Shaw7 years ago
I'm working on a hub about a local venomous snake, and yesterday added a news feed, with 8 entries. Today there are no entries in my news feed, and so I tried to re add the feed, but no luck. I guess I...
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
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