When a hub is shared, the program opens in the same window, making the 'share again' difficult. It is suggested that the share program must open in a new window.
If you right click on the link, you can select "open in new window" or "open in new tab." Once you learn that trick, you'll find that you'll be addicted to it.
Also, you can hit the back button on your browser and you will be directed back to the hub.
Clicking on share this hub is about sharing your hub or a hub with your followers who follow you. There's a reason you are not allowed to share it more than once per visit. It would make no sense.
by Giselle Maine5 years ago
While I understand that hubbers might occasionally want to share some of their own hubs with their followers, it can be frustrating to see multiple 'old' hubs shared by their owner when looking at the 'feed'. I'd...
by WeddingConsultant7 years ago
I know that hubpages really pushes for new hubs to be created, and rightfully so. However, I'm thinking it would be nice to be able to "answer a hub request" with an existing hub.So if someone does a hub...
by oldandwise5 years ago
Many people like to leave their bedroom doors open at night. In the event of a fire, this could prove deadly. By keeping the door closed you will buy some time from heat, fire and smoke. If your excuse is small...
by TIMETRAVELER210 months ago
I have been in touch with the team concerning a hub of mine that was unfeatured due to the fact that I had only HP traffic and no Google traffic and felt this was not fair because my article had been online for years...
by Marina2 years ago
As part of the Squidoo asset purchase, we're excited to incorporate some of the best-performing practices from Squidoo into HubPages. They've always had us beat in Amazon sales, and we're pleased to announce that we're...
by Ray4 years ago
Internal sharing means internal traffic - and internal traffic doesn't make money the way external traffic does. There is already external traffic counts for tweets, pins and likes.
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