How do I market my hubs to other hubbers here on hubpages.
Like many of you I am a hubber here on Hub Pages. Like many of you reading this I too want the maximum number of Hubbers to see my Hubs presented to them. Here on Hub Pages how do I let other hubbers know that my Hubs are available. I have tried copying the web address of my hubs into my status feeds. But I am trying to establish what the formal way of marketing your hubs to other hubbers not using facebook or twitter but hubpages itself. If you have an answer to this please post your answer here.
When you publish a hub it comes out on the status stream so that everyone can see it, depending on the subject matter/title, many hubber's may choose not to read it. Anyone who follows you is alerted every time you publish a hub. If you have a lot of followers, more hubber's will see your hubs.
I still think somewhere there is right way of making each readers hubs more visible. I mean who likes a good hub to be just sitting their idle. If only you could let more people know that the hub is live using the tools provided by hubpages
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