I just published a new hub and noticed some hubpage updates - great updates at that. I was asked if I wanted to publish to my facebook account. I had some issues and decided not to publish to facebook, just publish to hubpages. But now I want to - how can I publish to facebook after the fact?
When I put mine on facebook, I just sign in to my acct and put the url in the status section. I usually say "hey, check out my hub on HubPages" or something.
I think my RSS Hub url is in my FB then I dont even have to worry I will have to go check now lol
You have all been very helpful. Thank you for a number of different approaches to help join things up. Much appreciated!
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