Is an RSS feed of my hub on my blogger site considered content on the blog site?

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  1. Pascale1973 profile image72
    Pascale1973posted 6 years ago

    Is an RSS feed of my hub on my blogger site considered content on the blog site?

  2. mymagicview profile image73
    mymagicviewposted 6 years ago

    No.. It will not considered as a content on your blog.

  3. hotwebideas profile image78
    hotwebideasposted 6 years ago

    Actually, yes, you can use your Hubpages RSS feed for blog content, but you need an RSS reader plugin if you are using Wordpress for your blog.

    Bruce

  4. sashas89 profile image65
    sashas89posted 6 years ago

    Yes, but it will be deemed 'duplicate content' by Google because it already exists on Hubpages.

    But that shouldn't stop you from adding the RSS feed to your blogger account.

  5. Hubpage Gal profile image59
    Hubpage Galposted 6 years ago

    An RSS feed is an automatic notification that a writer has produced content and the content belongs to the writer and not to the blog site that is in receipt.  Articles you draft and write  on your blogger site is considered content that originated from you. 

    The RSS feed can provide content such as  a link provide additional information once clicked, but it is not your original writing and is therefore not your content and can not to acknowledged as such.  Content is the written work of the author and any other links got to be acknowledged and given credit where the credit is due.

    An easier way of explaining content is that the RSS Feed provides internet information that origination belongs to the writer or whoever sent the RSS Feed.  Just as the Hubpage tool provides capsules to further populate the Hubpage articles, it is not considered content.  The written work contained in the Hubpage article is the content and not the capsules.

  6. hotwebideas profile image78
    hotwebideasposted 6 years ago

    This is in response to the question on "Is an RSS feed of my hub on my blogger site considered content on the blog site?"
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  7. Julz09 profile image58
    Julz09posted 6 years ago

    This a great question!  Yes RSS feed is considered content, depends on the setup of the site really. They are really good for do follow links!

 
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