I am an idiot but - how do you share another hubber's hub? Do you simply click on Facebook or Twitter? A simple step by step answer would do me.
Assuming you are wishing to share a hub amongst your HubPages followers, you can either:
A) Click on the "Share" button under the desired hub while browsing your HubPages feed
B) Click on the "HubPages Followers" link found in the far right column (under Like This Hub?) while reading the hub you wish to share
For Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest, you are correct. Just click the desired icon and follow the respective site's directions (if required).
by Kappygirl24 months ago
I've been seeing hubs that have been "shared by" another hubber (i.e. the person posting it is not the person that originally wrote it). What is the purpose of this? Is there some benefit to this or are...
by zebtron2 years ago
We are researching some reports of users having issues sharing Hubs.The report is that the button does not appear and in others the button is not responsive.Is anyone experiencing this?If so, what are the details?What...
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.
by Gordon Hamilton3 years ago
I would love to see a feature that Hubbers could explain - in say, maybe 100 characters? - why they are sharing a particular Hub with their followers. I just shared a Hub but would love to have been able to tell people...
by Michelle Zunter18 months ago
Curious to know if anyone in the community shares their hubs on Facebook? And if so, has it helped to promote your hubs? Thanks
by Carolyn Emerick3 years ago
I'm still pretty new here and learning the ropes. In my news feed I saw hubbers sharing their own older posts and also sharing posts by others. I wasn't aware you could do that. Do you just post the URL in the status...
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