On the old format, if I wanted to link someone to my index page I could. The index page was the one that listed all my hubs and there was a button to push that said "Link to this page." That way, when I invited people here, they'd see all my articles, not just one I linked too. Is this feature gone or am I just looking in the wrong place?
It's still there. There's a link from your profile page to lists of latest, hot, and best. They are now in the right-hand nav.
by Laura2 years ago
Hi I spent an hour researching online but no one seems to have the answer. On other sites I've been able to post my articles via URL on my Facebook FAN page with the picture, text popping up, but not HUB articles. No...
by Daniel Baker3 years ago
Some hubs are long and, as result, takes a long time to scroll the page back up to the top. I would like to suggest adding a back to the top link to each page so that you just click on the link and it takes you back up...
by Peeples20 months ago
So this morning I had a spike in traffic on a hub. I looked to see where it is coming from and it shows http://takecaretc.blogspot.com/. I didn't make this. It doesn't appear to have any other articles yet. Not sure if...
by agilitymach13 months ago
I have a question about removal of one of my links during the snip editing process. I'm not angry, just trying to learn.At the end of my articles on dog training, I let my readers know that if they want to follow...
by Faith Reaper10 months ago
It seems that on one particular hub, at the very bottom where there is the option to link to the page, that entire area is all black and missing the information that is normally contained on all hubs. I checked...
by Brie Hoffman6 years ago
I just did and found a bunch of places that have my articles...they all give me credit but I never knew that they existed before. Are these considered backlinks?
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