Is there a way or a tool you can use to share your own hubs on a website you own. I don't want to duplicate my hubs but show a preview and point them from my site to here. Just like I can for Facebook.
Thanks in advance for any help available
Go to your profile page, click on the link to add your widget to your site. You will then get the HTML code to embed into your website.
Thank you Website Examiner for the helpful info.
I would like a more flexible option that would let me choose which hubs I would like to share. So it would appear more like the Facebook share option.
You are welcome. In that case, you may consider creating a custom RSS feed.
Sure thing. This link may help:
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