Is it safe to share my hub on social media? I read that AdSense will ban users who share their content on social media.
That sounds highly unlikely to me. It would be like an advertising agency that sells ads to newspapers then trying to prevent newsagents from selling those same newspapers! Surely the point of advertising is getting as many people as possible to see the ads - and that means using social media to their fullest extent.
Thanks.This AdSense's "invalid Clicks" concept gives me jitters though.
by Lori B18 hours ago
I want to share my work with my social network buds but when I click Facebook, my article shows the links on top for editing, stats, delete and submit to niche site. I find this dangerous since anyone can mess with it....
by Chantelle Porter21 months ago
How often do you share your articles to social media? Just once when it's published or changed? Just curious.Chantelle
by Eric Standridge3 days ago
Typically, when an article is shared in Social Media sites, the first photo on the page is the one that shows up. For me, many times that's great; it's the photo that I want to appear, but other times, the photo...
by Christin Sander2 years ago
I went to share a fellow hubbers hub and had to hunt for the buttons in order to share. There were at the very bottom of the right hand side. Then I checked one of my own hubs - all the way at the...
by Eric Dockett2 years ago
I am kind of backwards when it comes to social media, so please bear with me as I ask a question about something many people probably figured out a long time ago:It seems to me the best time to tweet or share a Hub is...
by Kristen Howe23 months ago
Yesterday, a fellow hubber posted on the HP feed about my pi-yo hubs being a nuisance and boring, even when I shared them here on HP and various other social media outlets a few times a week (a few times a day). I've...
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