It seems that HubPages has changed the social media sharing design within the Hubs, doing away with the option to "Like" and share the article right there. One of my Hubs had 27k+ "Likes," which I kinda liked having displayed within the article. Does anyone know what happened and why?
Here is the blog post to which @Millionaire Tips was referring.
http://blog.hubpages.com/2014/05/hub-im … l-buttons/
I may be wrong, but I do not think that the "Like" was for FB alone. I only think that it was there to ask that if you liked the Hub then you could post it to any one of the links below that. When I hovered above the word "Like" it did not do anything.
There is a blog post about the recent changes in the social media buttons.
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