Like this: Website independently posts a link to your blog on their site. You decide that's pretty cool and you like their site, plus it's relevant to your blog; so, you put an RSS feed of their site on your blog. Is there an effect, good or bad, to search engine indexing. I remember something about there being back links, some go one way, others go two ways. Still a newbie, wondering how all that works.
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Very good hub, very instructive, great videos. What I'm wondering is if duplicate content is the only issue that might arise. Even though the two links, link to my blog and the other site's RSS feed were placed independently, if that's google's view.
When you say blog, do you mean a hub page? I've linked my hub page via RSS feeds to many sites that have similar content. I think that's what Hub Pages encourages. They don't want you to link to random content.
It's a Blogger blog. But that makes sense. It seems it's a good thing to link to outside RSS feeds. I'm just remembering some kind of google policy about "conspiring" to get traffic and links. I might be over thinking it.