I find social media is a good way to promote my hubs, so I handle this initially. The question is are we allowed to view our hubs without causing a problem with ad impressions? Twitter is available after the hub is opened. Initially, it opens automatically and I can send out one tweet, but repeated interaction is a good idea.
Clicking on the adds is a big No No. Looking at your hubs is no problem like Paradigmsearch said.
yeah, i also look my hubs but i never touch the ads. Its ok to share in the medias. Helpful to get more traffic
You can view your own hubs whenever you want. Not a problem.
by jennzie4 years ago
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by Kelly W. Patterson8 years ago
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by Venkatachari M6 weeks ago
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by Cindy Lawson6 years ago
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by Ray13 months ago
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