Here's one of my hubs:
Does anyone know where or how I can find the RSS feed for a specific hub page?
So I can submit my hub to sites like feedage.com, feedagg.com, etc..
Thanks in advance for any advice
Open your hub. On your browser tabs click on "View" then click on "Page Source". A new window will open showing html. You will find something like this <href "http://hubpages.com/hub/On-Educating-An-Autistic-Child?rss"> maybe 4 to 6 lines from the top. Hope this helps.
Thanks guys, but one question.
Mark, won't that be the RSS feed for ALL of my hubs?
What if I just want the RSS feed for one specific hub?
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