I'm following the instruction in the learning center to add an RSS capsule to my hubs that is specific to a tag I've used on several hubs. I'm following the instructions and example exactly, and I'm getting a message that this isn't a valid RSS feed. I've double checked my spelling, and the tag I'm trying to use is in three of my hubs. What am I doing wrong? Any tips? Thanks!
by yogeshsingh8 years ago
i still not able to make adsense account as they rejected it all the time. Can i know how many hubs i need to have to get selected for adsense or any advice from you on how to make hubs from which we can get selected...
by Paul Edmondson5 years ago
I had a conversation with a new online writer and I realized what I recommended is a bit more specific than I used to be based on what I've seen be successful. I'm in the middle of refreshing several Hubs (150 to...
by Virginia Allain2 years ago
What portion of your invalid links are to your own hubs that were unfeatured?When I get unfeatured hubs, I sometimes don't have time to massage them and get them refeatured quickly. Unfortunately that creates broken...
by WorkAtHomeMums6 years ago
As a new hubber I have yet to link into any of my hubs , hubs of others. I see often people do this. Some do it to enhance their information. Some possibly do it to earn some of the revenue on views ( if I understand...
by Abhilash Nayak5 years ago
Does reading/reviewing your ad enabled hubs lead to invalid impressions in Google Adsense?reading/reviewing means checking hub stats of each hub/questions every day.. OR editing Hubs OR checking out your profile etc..
by Emily Tack3 years ago
I am not positive that this is the proper place to ask my question. If not, would someone from the HP team please move it to its proper "slot"? When I signed in this morning, I took a few moments to look at...
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