I am referring to the 12 character short URL associated with every hub. Have you ever used it? Do you use it often to promote your HubPages articles although it has no SEO value?
I use the short URL on Facebook due to the fact at times Facebook will not display the image of the hub nor the summary, just a link, when you use the longer URL. Should that happen, and it has happened with me and other, the solution is to use the short URL and that has always displayed the photo as well as the summary of the hub.
I also use the short URL when I Tweet at times, depending on how much text that I place prior to the link.
I thought Twitter automatically shortens a long URL via their default URL shortener.
I use various tools besides Twitter to tweet at times. Hootsuite is one and they will shorten the URL if you specify them to do so. However the shortened URL will carry the ow.ly letters in the shortened link where as the HubPages URL will carry hub.me. Just a preference of mine to sometimes show the "hub.me" in some of what I share on Twitter versus the Hootsuite "ow.ly"
by rob_allen 7 years ago
Any SEO Tips in how to promote your HUBS outside HP?
by sasta10 7 years ago
Anyone please let me know how you promote your hubs? What method do you use? Any tips please. Thanks.
by jackavc 7 years ago
Is twitter a good site to promote your hubs?
by StricktlyDating 6 years ago
How does RSS feed work and how would you use it to promote your Hubs?
by Chad Young 6 years ago
Should you promote your hub outside of hubpages to make income?Is just writing a hub good enough or should you promote it outside of hubpages to make adsense income? What are some of the ways to promote without spending money even if you don't own a blog?
by Jinesh07 7 years ago
HiI have been at HubPages for about a month now and I have written 6 Hubs, but I'm having trouble getting views. Any help or tips on how to get more views would be much appreciated! Here's a link to my profile so if you could read one and give me some feedback that would be really...
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