I have notice that some people have links with arrow in the comment section of their articles how exactly are they doing that
I would like to know this also, since the old RSS feed method had been abolished I haven't research to find out how to do it
This is not an RSS feed, when you place your hubs in groups it shows up.
What UW said.
Groups don't really help much with getting more traffic to hubs - but they are a great way to keep an account with over 100 hubs organised. I have 10+ groups on this account, with names like Babies, Pregnancy, Game Guides etc. You can access each group on your account page to, so you can just see a list of all the hubs on one topic.
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