I noticed one or two sites like this that promote searching for our hubs..how it happened is I linked my Twitter with my phone and it came up mentioning that I'd been mentioned in a tweet..do you think someone is earning by tweeting our hubs?
That is Hub Search.Net. It tweets many links directly to our hubs.
There is one tweeting/retweeting hubs with a tracker that doesn't work. The person has an account and thread here requesting Twitter URL's.
That is really quite a site he has formed, but links do direct to our hubs.
so he's using his tracker on other peoples hubs? somehow that seems wrong lol
That's the whole point of trackers though. I think whoever came up with that is pretty darn smart.
But its just a custom search, no way to stick trackers in through google
I have the same custom search in place in the 60dc/online writers toolbar. It blows away the functionality of the in site HP search.
sunforged, is this good or bad for us. I don't understand the concept. If they tweet our hubs, don't we get traffic from it? If that is so, that's good, isn't it?
promotion is good .
I dont know anything about whether they tweet our hubs, but thats ok if they do and its ok if they do using a tracker.
I was pointing out that the search page doesnt insert trackers in, although it would be fine if it did.
I cant imagine it gets much use or sends much traffic, but its cool if it does.
It all adds up.
In a sense who ever started the site is right. His idea of searching hub pages first is a great idea.
The answers to many questions are at our fingertips by many writers here covering about every subject under the sky, and a few who go beyond it. I bookmarked it and plan on using it.
I have a blog going right now that I have no intention of putting my url on until certain things happen, so am using other hubbers urls probably for about a month. In my case to prove I am able to do what I promise I have to be paid for my efforts first.
With this search engine I should be able to find the hubs I am looking for without hours of searching. In this sense his program is helping get trackable people to hubpages.
no, he is not the one using a tracker. The account seems legit to me. If you're on Twitter, he has probably tweeted your hub. I had his name wrong up there.. it is HubSearchDotNet.
Another Twitter account HubPagesHottest, I believe, (something like that) uses a tracker that doesn't work. I've sent a few messages, but to no avail. Sometimes hubbers insert trackers improperly.
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