As a new Hub contributor I would like to share my posts with my readership Google Blogger, Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, etc. but when I check out my link for myself, it's a no show. I have over 2 million supporters with Google alone. That's more than what Jack Canfield has for Facebook supporters at 700,000. He is best-seller Author of Chicken-Soup-For-The-Soul.
I tried to submit my Hub link but it's not permitted, so how does this problem get rectified if you don't know what my link is?
This problem needs your attention--thank you!
Also, I would like to post under my name Donna Thompson instead of my pen name Foresta Gump, please tell me how to do this.
I looked at your account and you have one published Hub.
This is the URL for your Hub.
http://foresta-gump.hubpages.com/hub/My … -menopause
There are also social sharing buttons for Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest on the Hub itself in the column under your profile image.
You can see all of your Hubs here.
Hover your mouse over the title and the status bar will show the URL for each Hub.
Unfortunately, usernames cannot be changed, but you can close you existing account and create a new one using a different name.
You can find further details in the FAQ here.
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