Is there a way to locate where on Facebook your article was recently shared? I've suddenly gotten a bit of traffic for one of my articles from Facebook, I was curious where it was coming from.
You could try typing the title of your article into the Facebook search bar. It could come up that way, but I admit I do not do this myself, so I don't know. What I do know for sure is finding groups which are both large and related to my interests has allowed for me to share my own articles in them, and get quite a nice bit of traffic from those groups to my work.
If it is a niche site article, you have facebook pages for each niche site where the HP team shares all niche articles. So, you can know from those pages. HubPages has a general Facebook page also where quality hubs might be getting featured at this link https://www.facebook.com/Hubpages.com/
by Ketan Pande2 months ago
How to get more followers and traffic
by kelleyward5 years ago
I'm just trying to find out who liked or shared my article on facebook and wondered if there is a way to track this? Thanks
by Elxar4 months ago
Hey guys! I'm a new Hubber and I just wanted suggestions on how to get more followers and more clicks to my articles.
by Kayla Hebert4 weeks ago
Out of 12 articles 7 have been moved to niche sites. All 7 seemed to have a drop in viewers since being moved. Will this level out at some point?
by Louise Lately4 years ago
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by Jacob Horning4 months ago
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