I got the buttons from diggit but they're html form.
Am I dull or what?
Not greatly, computer literate. I just press buttons until I get what I want, but this time it's more complicated:)
Scroll right down to the bottom of one of your published hub and you should see a button marked "share".
There's a lot more than digg in there.
If you want you could just copy the link from the "share it" module and hyperlink it somewhere on your lens, maybe at the bottom.
You can see an example on my Stock Photo Hub. Just scroll down halfway below the stock photo of the guy with the camera.
by Christin Sander 3 years ago
I went to share a fellow hubbers hub and had to hunt for the buttons in order to share. There were at the very bottom of the right hand side. Then I checked one of my own hubs - all the way at the bottom. Not helpful, especially when many of us rely primarily on social media for...
by Christin Sander 6 years ago
Do you regularly stumble, digg, facebook share, or +1 hubs you enjoy?I do - when I find a great hub I +1 or stumble it to share it and help promote. Doing so gives it a boost in rankings as well. Do you think as readers we do enough to help other writers along? I notice many...
by spacebull 11 years ago
Hi all,if I use "Share it" function on my Hubs and post my Hubs to Digg and all the other sites like Digg, is that considered by Digg and those sites as spamming? Can I do it?Thanks!
by breakfastpop 6 years ago
I can't find Digg or Stumble anymore on the list of sites to share with. How come?
by Becky Katz 5 years ago
How do you feel about the Share buttons now being fixed at the top of the page?I liked I when it was at the bottom of the page or when it traveled down as we read. I don't know if I want to share until I read the hub. I forget to go back up and share when I am commenting and voting.
by Dr. John Anderson 3 years ago
As the image shows, with the new longer ads, the social media buttons have been relocated to the absolute rock bottom position on the page - in the right column below the comments. Social media referrals are very important for short term and long term traffic, especially Pinterest, Facebook and...
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