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.
You could try typing the title of your article into the Facebook search bar. It could come up that way, but I admit I do not do this myself, so I don't know. What I do know for sure is finding groups which are both large and related to my interests has allowed for me to share my own articles in them, and get quite a nice bit of traffic from those groups to my work.
If it is a niche site article, you have facebook pages for each niche site where the HP team shares all niche articles. So, you can know from those pages. HubPages has a general Facebook page also where quality hubs might be getting featured at this link https://www.facebook.com/Hubpages.com/
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