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Best Answer Stephanie Henkel says
Good point about discovering older hubs that you missed the first time.
Christy Birmingham says
Ann Carr says
Jessee R says
I believe the question referred to sharing other people's hubs, not your own. Sharing other writer's hubs is not viewed negatively.
Jim Higgins says
I agree. If I read a Hub by a new author with only a few followers, I will share that with followers if I think it is well written, etc.
Cathleena Beams says
Howard S. says
Good point about Hubbers that have a lot of followers.
For a Hub that is shared with you, on your feed you will see the title, followed by the author and next to the author, the Hubber that shared the Hub.
Shawn May Scott says
Christabel Evans says
Johnathan L Groom says
Pass the word and give your friends a spark of your day !
Lena Kovadlo says
It is okay to share other peoples' Hubs, not your own.
John R Wilsdon says
I don't agree with you on this one! My email inbox is jammed now with my own followers new Hubs that I want to read. Why not just hit the "share" button and share with your followers? You can also share with your friends on FB or others.
I choose not to share on Facebook for a lot of reasons. I don't want my email inbox jammed with emails - I am selective. Different strokes for different folks I guess?
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