I decided to tweet only my Editors Choice Hubs today with a little extra blurb!
Oh boy, what a difference a day can make!
That is great Sally! Oh yes, you should tweet all of your interesting wet felt hubs for they will interest many, especially on Twitter.
I'm glad to hear Tweeter is making a difference, Sally.
I had the bright idea that all your wet felt hubs would look great on a RebelMouse. Its really an easy site to use and share.
I do use twitter regularly but today I decided to only tweet my Editors Choice Hubs.
Nice of you to think about me, as regards RebelMouse but I could not have them there and here - this would be seen as duplicate content. I will check it out though - out of interest, thank you.
I do have my own wet felting site as well though.
You are welcome.
It was just an idea, much like using Pinterest to post on.
I will check it out, thought you meant the whole of the content.
Some people create some great sites on RebelMouse with a lot of content. I use it to group related articles on. Then, I can use one link to refer readers to. Its more like Pinterest the way that I do it.
Anyway, I have one RebelMouse that feeds off of all the pins I have on one Pinterest board. Then another one, feeds off all of my Facebook wall posts. Its so easy to let RebelMouse do the automatic fill in the content from one link. But, you can add more manually to them also.
I have some other RM's that I only manually post new articles to, like recipes from different sites. I just have to add a link, then a photo and a snippet are auto generated.
Another Idea: I have seen some affiliate marketer's pages with groupings of products, that could be profitable to do and link to more products then one would want to put on HubPages or a blog.
i checked it out but it seems that it is not free! I definitely don't want to pay for anything. Is there a free version?
Great idea. I did it too for several months. People who read them. They love the hubs.
Actually they were a mix of things, not just felting but some of those hubs have been sitting at rock bottom for days, had to do something about them, seems to have worked but you never know, they could be back there again.
That's great! Yes, that is a good idea to tweet those at rock bottom, as you say, you never know. I know I will tweak the titles of my lower scoring hubs and then share them account on Twitter and Pinterest, and then they go up in score.
Yes I do, one always hopes it makes a difference:) I hope you are well this day.
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