How do you share hubs? I see it in my feed when people I follow share their hubs. I can't seem to find out how to do it myself. Any reply would be appreciated. Thank you in advance!
Well on the top left hand side of every hub you get a set of symbols one beneath the other, representing facebook, twitter, and so on. If you hit one of those buttons a dialog box will open up enabling you to log in to that particular application.
When you log in you will be asked if you would like to share that particular hub on that particular application.
I am certain you already know this ... and if you do, I have simply not understood your question. If that is the case, please accept my apologies.
If you have opened the hub you want to share but you don't see the share buttons on the left-hand side of the screen, try doing a "Ctrl minus" to make your screen display smaller. The share buttons might simply be hidden if you have a small screen or have enlarged the content on your screen. To share the hub in the HP feed, hit the H+ share button. I believe that is all you have to do.
If you share your own hubs, remember it is good Hubber manners to do so judiciously, and also to share others' hubs as well, if you find a hub that you particularly like for whatever reason.
If you constantly share your own hubs, you will find that not only it doesn't do much to increase your views, but people will eventually unfollow you if they get tired of seeing your same hubs over and over, clogging up their feed.
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