Generally when I tweet, I add an eye-catching photo. When we share hubs, could a thumbnail image for the hub (the one which appears in hub listings) be optionally added to the tweet?
Twitter does not currently support the ability to do this, though you can always manually attach a photo from your Hub so that it shows up in your Tweet.
by Ceres Schwarz3 years ago
Hello everyone. I finally decided to join Twitter and see for myself what it's all about and just try and see if I'll like it. To those that posted on my other forum thread, thanks for helping me decide and for all your...
by Glenn Stok5 years ago
I think it would be useful to have a column added to the statistics page that shows the total number of shares for each hub (Tweets and Facebook likes). There is not enough room to add two columns. So this could be a...
by Eugene Brennan6 weeks ago
What's the best way of doing this? Tweeting doesn't seem to work. DMing all of them would be cool, but bad etiquette and could potentially lead to a banning.
by Jason Benedict3 years ago
There’s a community of over 500 million members, with over 60% of them logging on every day, providing a vast base for your potential audience.80% of G+ accounts log in once every week.G+ is the second largest social...
by Dr. John Anderson3 years ago
'SHORT-CUTS' - An idea!The success of Bubblews, despite the payments issues etc. has showcased the opportunity for short articles shared internally within a community. HP has Q&A and the Forums but community...
by smanty6 years ago
I have never Tweeted my articles and I feel as though that may be a problem. I know I can do better with views, but I just need to know where to post my links. I need to generate more organic backlinks and I am thinking...
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