In our hubfeeds, there's a 'share' button under the hub for sharing hubs with our followers. Are you okay with using this button to share your own hubs with your followers or are you too modest? Is it appropriate to do or is it seen as similar to sharing your hub links which is frowned upon?
I've only got two hubs right now, lol, so I can't speak for my own practices, but I figure that's what the button is there for, so why not share with people who've chosen to follow you? I say go for it.
I would not consider most new hubs to be "breaking news"
Of course, you can spam your followers as much as you wish, as long as you do not whine when they unfollow you.
Not comfy with it, AMFredenburg. I don't think that's what it's for. I've only seen one hubber use it for their own hubs since I've been here. This is why I posted, to see what others think about it. So many rules in this community are unwritten, but punishment is still meted out, whether by form email, moderation, banning, lashing in the forums, etc.
No, I don't. For me it's a case of respecting my followers' choices.
Followers are already notified of my new Hubs by email, if they've chosen that option.
If my followers have decided NOT to be notified of my new Hubs, for whatever reason, then I feel it would be rude of me to shove them under their noses in their feed.
If they have been notified by email, then I'd feel pushy if I told them again - kinda like, if you didn't read this the first time, you'd better read it now!
I have done this a few times--not everyone sees everything in their feed when it comes out. They were humor hubs and I thought they might give someone a chuckle.No one "unfollowed" me because of this (that I noticed). I do not think it is spamming.
No. I have a great aversion to spamming people and being spammed.
Actually, that is the main reason I NEVER log into the feed page. I have no interest whatsoever in getting hubs shoved into my face.
Come to think of it, I haven't spammed anybody in a long time...
HubPages sends a notification to your followers if they have opted in to receive notifications from HubPages. I think that's enough notice that you've published something new.
This thread caused me to contemplate sharing one of my updated humor hubs. But, alas. Not sufficiently inspired at the moment.
I would never share a hub on HubPages. They already saw it once. Twice would be awful.
I have shared on Reddit (banned), Pinterest (banned) and occasionally on Facebook (no friends).
I now dedicate myself to producing obscene cartoons in the hope of finding a comfortable life in prison.
I always assume followers will see new hubs as they're published. I sometimes share hubs written by others (especially if I spot a new writer who could benefit from the exposure). Only rarely have I shared my own work - maybe if it's related to something going on in current events or something. I agree that sharing can be spamming - I actually unfollowed a person who primarily writes poems because every single day she shared a ton of her own poems here, and on FB. Over and over. I think even blocked her on FB. It made me crazy. I feel sorry for the fact that Google's changes undoubtedly caused a huge decline in her traffic, but spamming us relentlessly isn't the solution.
I only use the share button for my Twitter followers. That is because I have thousands of followers and if somebody unfollows me, I won't know, plus I get new followers each day. But I think when you publish a new hub, they are going to know regardless since they are following you. Over sharing, in my opinion would be SPAM. Maybe if you update a hub and it has new information and useful, it would be fine to share
I would prefer using FaceBook, Twitter and Pinterest rather than pressing the button of sharing my own Hubs. However, I do it for others whenever I find a great Hub to share with them. I would leave my Hubs to be shared by other Hubbers who are my followers.
I see a lot of people sharing their own hubs but just can't bring myself to do it. I know it can help increase traffic but it just seems too boastful. Honestly I've never thought of doing it with a "revamped" hub but still wouldn't.
Personally speaking, I have actually unfollowed perfectly nice hubbers, simply because they have spammed my feed with shares.
Those who also share the HOTD can hang your heads in shame! HP already spam hubbers with it, we don't need to see it in the feed too.
I would only share my own (old) hub if I had greatly enhanced it, and felt it was somehow newsworthy. I don't think that has ever happened.
New hubs not at all, never.
HP has already notified my followers by email, and that is enough sharing. If they were interested, they would have read it, and not need to read it again.
What strengthens this site, and all of us, is commenting on other hubs. Every time you leave a comment, you leave a link to yourself, because your username is hyperlinked back to your profile.
Help your fellow hubber out by making a useful comment. Mention his main keywords, and try to say something sensible.
"Great hub. Up and shared" may sound good, but is no help at all to the hubber.
I read long ago -- I forget if it was somewhere official at HubPages or from an experienced hubber -- that sharing your own hubs with followers is allowed but discouraged and if done, should be done rarely and judiciously. I think I shared mine early on but not since reading that and learning better. I do, as recommended, share my new and substantially revised hubs on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and Pinterest.
I do share others' hubs of exceptionally high quality with my followers and (if not "talking shop" about hubbing or creative or freelance writing) with social networking sites. A good or better hub rates a thumb up. Only exceptional ones (very interesting content very well expressed with a good heart showing through) also rate a share.
I appreciate it when hubbers whom I am following share others' high quality hubs with me. That way I read excellent hubs I would otherwise miss, and I often discover hubbers whose work I admire and want to follow. Naturally those are hubs that I am likely to share in turn.
My hope is to learn to write a hub at least sometimes that other hubbers admire enough to gladly share it.
by Rajan Singh Jolly 8 years ago
How many hubs should one share at the most for it not to appear as spamming to one's followers?Do you sahare hubs everyday? How many hubs do you share on a daily basis?
by Alissa Roberts 9 years ago
I am currently testing out the new video feature with my latest hub. When I tried to share on Google+, the screen was partially blocked by my video and would not let me write a comment and share with my followers. I was wondering if anyone else who is testing out the new video feature was having a...
by carol stanley 7 years ago
Do you always share a new hub with your followers? How many of your own hubs should you share?Is there a specific number of times that you should share your own hubs with the Share button?
by Kevin W 7 years ago
I've noticed a lot of people share their own hubs, is there a particular reason for this? Or is it just trying to revive a hubs traffic that has fallen/extra traffic?
by Jose Velasquez 7 years ago
Did HubPages do away with the share button to my followers or did I over use it?I was sharing the hubs I read with my followers earlier today, but now I can see the button anymore. I was wondering if I over used mine or is this the same for everyone else?
by Faith Reaper 5 years ago
For the past two days I have be unable to share hubs on HubPages. All other share buttons are working fine. I do not repeatedly click the share button. Normally, by the count of seven, the button will turn green and it has been shared. Now, nothing at all happens. Has...
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