It would be awesome if we could easily tweet a link to hubs to drive traffic. Or Facebook.
It is easy to do with a service called Twitter Feed (dot com). You can add any number of sites such as HP, blogs, even your Face Book posts.
It will automatically check each site you specify, at a time interval you can select anywhere from every 30 minutes to every 24 hours, and posts the links to your newest articles, even sales sites,(such as e-bay, Bonanza, Esty, etc.) to Twitter for you.
Once and done; you don't even have to think about it again.
Just spamming links will not get you many views. I post about 1 link every 15 tweets on Twitter.
You can just click on the Facebook or Twitter icon on your hub to open up a Tweet/FB Share.
That's true, WryLilt, but at the rate I publish new articles or blog posts, it's hardly 'spamming.' LOL In fact, today, I had to get the clues to even get back into my account, it's been so long since I updated. I had to delete a couple of sites that I no longer belong to, and de-activate two others that I haven't posted to in ages.
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Please share your experience.
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