I just published a Hub, but don't see the option we used to have to 'share' with my followers, post to FB, Digg, StumbleUpon, etc.
Obviously I haven't published much in the last few months, but I'm back and absolutely stumped!
Our options have been reduced. What remains is at medium-upper right in blue:
"Like This Hub?
Over 50 Million people discover HubPages every month."
Sometimes it takes awhile for it to appear.
The option is there and scrolls the page with the reader. But you already shared it with your followers when you published it.
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