I'm having this question...
Is it also possible to have an rss feed from a particular hubpage, instead of an rss feed from the the latest hubs?
Not for a particular hub, only the comments section has it - you can see the rss icon above the comment box
If your into rss feed promotion for back links, then simply go to your profile page and grab your rss link and submit it. Once this is done it is automatically updated by the feed. So if you post a new hub then the feed auto updates.
Such as friendfeed, or rss2. It has the same effect.
All tag pages in Hub Pages have Rss feeds. Just Right click the Rss Button Symbol and select Copy Link location
Yes, that's what I thought also.
The tag page rss is a way to do it, but unfortunatly not the best one.
Anyway..thanks for your replies.
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