In the Recommendation Box by Facebook social plugin I can see the same sharings (my own 2/3 hubs) on all my seven hubs.
Even the hubs of others I went through have the same recommendations.
I am really unable to understand the matter.
It will be nice if you may clear my doubt. Thanks.
Read this it may help you understand why you see the recommendations
Thanks! Sofs, for the link you posted. Still, I have a question: why my hubs are recommended on my other hubs?
What is the advantage?
Will there be any gain in the traffic?
The plugin itself is based on the individual reader. When they show up on your hub, they see things related to you and themselves. It's a FB plugin.
It is give and get- you give the reader access to other things and people, and you get their attention.
Gain in traffic? Anything is possible.
It appears only if you're logged into your face book account and hubpages at the same time.
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