On my old computer, I had a great search site (cannot remember the name for the life of me) that would show me who had posted on Facebook about any of my pages when I entered the lens name. I no longer have those bookmarks. My hCG diet post gets really good traffic but, over the last few days, has gone way up and it is thanks to a post (or two?) on Facebook. I'm curious if it is somebody who is trying to keep people from doing this stupid diet or if the pro-hCG group and linked it again to try and skew the poll numbers. Anybody know a way to search. Wish I could find that one site but just don't know where it is. Thanks.
I was wondering if there was a way of seeing where your Hubs were shared on Facebook and Twitter. Now and again I get a spike in views, and can only assume that one of my articles is doing the rounds out there. What you describe would be very interesting to make use of.
These sites may help you see how a specific URL is shared on social media.
http://havecamerawilltravel.com/photogr … een-shared
When you look at at one of your hubs, you can click on the stats tab to see who is clicking on your hubs. I believe you can view by week, month, all, etc. There is also Google Analytics.
by Kierstin Gunsberg 3 weeks ago
One of my articles randomly went nuts on Facebook last night, according to my traffic stats. I'm VERY curious, where the root of this is coming from - is there a way for me to find out where on Facebook my article was linked or must it remain a mystery to me?
by Elxar 4 months ago
Hey guys! I'm a new Hubber and I just wanted suggestions on how to get more followers and more clicks to my articles.
by runner2975 8 years ago
I am currently writing and plan to write on somewhat polarizing topics, so I don't want to tell my Facebook friends when i write an article (I keep my politics closely guarded in this day and age). With that said, I'd really like to drive lots of traffic to my articles. How do I go...
by carol stanley 4 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 Susannah Birch 2 years ago
Last year, I did a few threads where I offered to share one hub to my social media accounts (which at a guess, have 200,000 or so followers across both my personal and topical accounts). Instead of doing weekly ones, I want to just have one ongoing thread. Rules:To be eligible, post the name of a...
by Nathan Bernardo 17 months ago
Is there a way to locate where on Facebook your article was recently shared? I've suddenly gotten a bit of traffic for one of my articles from Facebook, I was curious where it was coming from.
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