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The first 10 articles- I have a question.

  1. bbanks27 profile image85
    bbanks27posted 4 weeks ago

    I know when you sign up for earning programs, it says you should after 10 articles are published. Can we share these articles again after signing up for the earning programs?

  2. Marisa Wright profile image92
    Marisa Wrightposted 4 weeks ago

    What do you mean, share?

    1. wilderness profile image95
      wildernessposted 4 weeks ago in reply to this

      Darn.  You were supposed to come along and provide a good answer (you always do), so I could understand the question!  Please do better in the future, Marisa!

    2. bbanks27 profile image85
      bbanks27posted 4 weeks ago in reply to this

      Share articles on social media

      1. Jesse Drzal profile image85
        Jesse Drzalposted 4 weeks ago in reply to this

        Absolutely. It's best if they are featured.

        1. bbanks27 profile image85
          bbanks27posted 4 weeks ago in reply to this

          Of course

      2. Marisa Wright profile image92
        Marisa Wrightposted 4 weeks ago in reply to this

        Ah OK.  You can share your articles as often as you like.  Just consider your audience when you do so.

        I know one or two writers who kept posting and reposting their Hubs on Facebook.  The result was that their friends started quietly unfollowing them (i.e. they chose to stop seeing their posts while still staying friends). So it backfired badly, because Facebook notices that and is less likely to show your posts to others.

        1. bbanks27 profile image85
          bbanks27posted 4 weeks ago in reply to this

          Got it. I have a good size friend list on facebook so i'm not worried about views. I just have to making sure I'm not spamming them.

          1. wilderness profile image95
            wildernessposted 4 weeks ago in reply to this

            If you post information (hubs) that you don't truly think they would be interested in seeing, you're spamming them by definition.  If your links are intended for YOUR benefit rather than theirs, you're spamming them.

            When it comes down to it, posting links to hubs in your social media is almost always spam, and your friends won't appreciate it after a few times.

            1. bbanks27 profile image85
              bbanks27posted 4 weeks ago in reply to this

              Thank you. I just don't want to mess this up.

  3. Jesse Drzal profile image85
    Jesse Drzalposted 4 weeks ago

    Make your own Facebook page featuring your articles, away from your profile. Gain likes and followers.

    1. bbanks27 profile image85
      bbanks27posted 4 weeks ago in reply to this

      Good idea. I might do that.

 
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