I just posted my first hub, but I felt something was missing. I slept on it and as I was posting a blog it came to me. My Hub does not have any social media sharing buttons, and I realized that it is not just my Hub but all hubs. I am all about social media and I think that the buttons are too important to be missing. Someone please make me understand why they are missing? And if they are not, where are they?
Thank a lot although I had to disable my ad block to see the buttons.
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 KV Lo 5 weeks ago
I've had multiple requests from my readers to offer more social sharing options (i.e. Twitter, Mix, Tumblr, Flipboard, etc) so they can more easily share my articles. I think if we make it easier for readers to share articles, we'll all benefit from more traffic from a wider variety of social media...
by L.M. Hosler 3 years ago
The share buttons seem to be missing from hubs. Anyone else having this problem?
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...
by Eric Standridge 12 months ago
Typically, when an article is shared in Social Media sites, the first photo on the page is the one that shows up. For me, many times that's great; it's the photo that I want to appear, but other times, the photo is good for the page but not so much for Social Media. Is there a way, or...
by Christy Kirwan 4 years ago
Hubs are getting stylish new monochrome social sharing buttons within the next couple days! Check out our latest Blog post for the details.
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