I am new to HubPages and see many hubbers sharing hubs of other hubbers. Can you please help me on, how can I do this. Thanks you!
Baha2013 is correct. There are 4 choices listed below the hub author's picture and 'name' on the top right side of the hub. The 4th one down is "hub page followers." Click on that and the hub will be shared with your followers.
If you forget to share the hub and you have already closed it, once the hub is showing in the feed, there are 3 options showing at the bottom of the hub. "Comment, preview, share." Click on share and the hub will be shared with your followers.
Some hubbers do not let their comments 'go live' until they have approved them. In that case your comment will not show in the feed until they approve it, which may be a while depending on when they are on Hubpages. If that should be the case and you have forgotten to share, just go back to the hub you wanted to share, open it, and click as directed above, on the right side of the hub.
Almost 2 months here and just noticed those 4 buttons..lol..I was manually doing the sharing on facebook and twitter (copy and paste)..Now I know..thanks guys!
I also have the same problem. I wasn't able to recognize the buttons for sharing the hub to social networking sites. I usually copy and paste the url when I share hubs. I was about to create a forum about this. Thank you Toytasting for raising this question. The replies in this forum are all helpful.
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