With some of my blogs I track the feeds with feedburner to see how they are doing in terms of subscribers and whatnot. Is it possible to track my HubPages feed through feedburner as well? Well, it seems to be possible, is there a problem of any kind with doing this?
Frankly I don't know, but my best guess it shouldn't be a problem
To make me accept the deal, You have to change your current silly avatar to a real pic of you. I know you can
I occasionally have real pics of me up. Interested parties, such as yourself, have already remarked upon them.
You're being sly again, aren't you... Quit trying to shirk the responsibility you incurred as the sole responder to this thread!
Misha, Hope has gone one better than a picture on her latest Hub - there's a VIDEO of her!
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