On the share button at the bottom of each hub there is an option to share via Mixx, however whenever I attempt to do this, Mixx denies it saying it will not host these URLs.
If this is not temporary, or is not a mistake, wouldn't we be better off having another social media bookmark placed there instead?
Oli, every now and then sites like Digg or Stumble or Mixx decides to ban a revenue-sharing site because some idiot (or idiots) upset them by spamming all their articles at once. They usually get over it and remove the ban eventually.
Not saying that's definitely what's happened here but it seems likely.
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