I recently started a facebook page that I intend on having themes. This week being Humor. I asked in the Forum Get Answers ... if it is okay for me to ask Hubbers to send me their Funny hubs. I think this is a great way to help other hubbers get some traffic to their hubs. If a lot more people did this a lot more hubbers would get more traffic. But what is the proper way to get the names of the hubs they think will fit into my theme so I can take a look at them? Some sent me links before I edited my message to let them know not to do that because it is against policies. I also don't know how to put a link on my hp profile to the facebook page that I made so I don't know how to let people like my facebook page. Can you help me figure this out?
The only clear way to do this that I can see is to use the link at the bottom of every hub to share it on your FB page. There's also the FB, button.
Add your facebook page as your link to facebook from here...and invite people into your page so that they can like the page, especially from your facebook...It's pretty simple, i have a page on my profile leading to my facebook page for my writing if you want to check that out. Once you post the URL or the Tracker code which is what galleryofgrace is talking about it will auto put the pic and stuff on there when you post it into the post box
And to put the facebook link to your profile on here, copy the URL from the fan page or wherever you are wanting for them to go to on your facebook, go back to hubpages and click my account, go to profile and in the profile edit where you will see your about me section and you pic, scroll down and you will see where it says facebook link here, just post that copied link into the facebook spot
I tried posting the link from my facebook fan page yesterday but I was worried that since I am viewing the page as the administrator then the link I'm copying might be the Administrators link and therefore I would be copying a link to add to my hp profile that leads everyone into my Administrators setting for my facebook fan page. Is that not the case? I'm going to go check out yours. Thanks so much for the info.
I'm still confused. I copied the link from my facebook fan page and pasted into my profile link section and when I clicked on the facebook icon on my hubpages profile it brought me to my regular facebook account, not to my facebook fan page. ???
Yea the link won't let anyone into your account, and well make sure your fan page is set to public and not private.
and i just tried it, it took me to your fan page so no worries
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