Which website do you use to promote your hubs the most?
I haven't really used any so far as of yet, I'm curious which would work best, and outside of facebook and twitter, how well do sites like Digg and other link-sharing sites work?
I have used Twitter mostly and now I'm starting to use Pinterest and Friendfeed.com. I really like Pinterest. I have not used Digg in a while because it's harder to keep stories at the top of the list. Because I don't have many hubs, I have not promoted as much. However, I have used my Hubpages for backlinks to my Squidoo lenses, (http://www.squidoo.com/lensmasters/The_Idea_Gal). Perhaps you can link from Squidoo back to Hubpages. Also, SheToldMe.com is not bad for a little traffice spike. Good Luck!
I've used twitter, forum profile, article directory, facebook and blogger to promote my hubs.
I use social automatic bookmarking and promoting by e-mail to some friend. I do not use Facebook nor tweeter because it take times. Writing for hubpages is exercise my English did not hope to become the best one. It is better few reader but they really enjoy my writing. My job in office is still my top priorities. I just write a hub if I have time and did not sacrifice times for my daughter. thanks
Mostly i use Digg and redgage.com,typepad.com to promote my hubs.
I used Twitter, wordpress. Yes Wordpress. I put my articles on hubpage are all first drafts, but those one I put on wordpress are edited and changed even though they are on same topic.
I use stumbleupon, digg, blogger, twitter and a number of blogs to do it. Stumbleupon works well but they can ban you quick. Digg has sent me the odd hit every few articles.
I used so many websites to popular my hubs like Stumbleupon, twitter, FB, Pinterest and digg.
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