Hey, I think Hubpages have a nice publishing system, but it's sad the tag is not allowed... This destroys the layout of embedded tweets in articles when trying with the Text capsule.
You might have already tested it... I think probably they could just add a Twitter capsule so that we can easily add/embed tweets in articles.
After all, it's a top social network. I want to do a "Reviews and Reactions" article for a product with a lot of embedded tweets. But considering how the system currently is, the article won't look good.
Can a Twitter capsule be added? What do you think?
In that case they'd have to add an embed option for Facebook statuses too. I'm guessing that it could open a pot of worms due to the fact replies may be on banned topics in some cases, so way too many moderation issues?
Can you add the tweets as images rather than embeds? Or are you looking for real time updating?
Wouldn't having real-time Tweets on Hubs ultimately just become a revisit of the duplicate content issues that came from all that RSS retrieved content that everyone spent so much time ditching from their pages over the last two years?
I think so, too. Not to mention the fact that it would post tons of spammy links on the page.
by Catherine Giordano 14 months ago
I understand the rationale for removing amazon capsules. I'm very careful not to include amazon capsules unless they are 100% relevant, and I can provide a personal opinion. I rarely do more than one per hub.HP is not only snipping amazon capsules on hubs for niche sites, but also just to have a...
by Dr Mark 12 months ago
Last night I went in an edited a capsule so that it would be full width, which is what HP wants everyone to do. The article I edited has been published and featured since 2012. When I went in and edited, however, the editor that read it decided that it was no longer going to be featured. I was told...
by Waheed Hassan 11 months ago
So, this is the third time HP has snipped Amazon from my hubs. Every time one of my Hubs is edited by HubPages to add to a network site they snip any Amazon capsules on the Hub. The Amazon capsule is always extremely relevant to the topic discussed and is not spammy, yet HubPages doesn't seem to...
by Jean Bakula 8 months ago
I am almost ready to publish a new article, and I want to add two Amazon Capsules. I know how to do it the old way. But I saw on lobobrandon and a few other's hubs a different way. There is just an orange "A" and what looks like a hyperlink, and when clicked, it takes the reader right to...
by Susana Serer 13 months ago
Hi all,I'm creating a hub around christmas gift ideas for a specific niche, based on my own knowledge of the products. Can anyone point me to the rules regarding amazon/text ratios and any other info I need to know please? Thank you
by Pollyanna Jones 17 months ago
I've started writing more articles here after not being so active for a year or so. One of the reasons I was discouraged from putting time into HubPages was the removal of Amazon capsules. This had a hugely detrimental effect on my earnings, which plummeted around 80% since they were systematically...
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