When you choose "Tweet" after just posting a new hub, HP helpfully transcribes many characters to their escape sequence equivalents.
Unfortunately, many characters should NOT be translated and end up showing in Twitter incorrectly. Of course that is really a Twitter problem, but it is probably better just not to do any encoding.
I haven't noticed a problem in Facebook.
by crawlingsurface7 years ago
Guys this may sound dumb but where do I paste the code for twitter widget
by apeksha7 years ago
please tell me the significance of adding or shearing hubs on face book or twitting those on twitter and in face book I have a problem to drag "Share on face book " to book marks how these both works .I have...
by IzzyM5 years ago
Last night over a 6 hour period, according to HP stats, one particular hub of mine got 3000 views.All from Facebook, apparently, but I was surprised because I keep an eye on Analytics real time and hadn't seen any...
by Sally Gulbrandsen23 months ago
Yesterday when I was working on a Hub, each time I tried to cut and paste some text from Word, it appeared not to show up in the block, at all. I could not see it at all until I had saved the page. When it...
by Karla Iverson3 years ago
I haven't written anything for months on HP, but have just started again. With the hubs being held before being featured, do you normally shared them on fb right away or wait until they're featured? Sounds like a dumb...
by Dr Ken Romeo6 years ago
Social marketing seems to be all the rage these days. What was once just a cool way to stay in touch with your friends is now the topic of college courses and high priced seminars.Does a success story really exist where...
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