Why doesn't hubpages integrate more closely with facebook?
When somebody answers a question on Quora it shares it automatically on that persons facebook feed (as they grant permission).
Could do something similar at hubpages, where a logged in user makes a comment on a hub or answers / asks a question on the Q&A....
.... Now I personally would opt out of this, I'm a very private person these days, but many wouldn't. It was this system which helped Quora to grow so rapidly. Goodreads and some others do similar, I'm forever seeing that a connection of mine has finished reading another book and left a rating.
What If I saw when a connection had commented on a hub, or answered a Q&A question?
Or would this be too difficult to implement in retrospect with an established user base, because those other companies sought 'permissions' at sign up from day dot?
Just an idea!
It might lead to facebook seeing homepages as spammy? IMHO Quora is a bot of a different creature to Hubpages--which is primarily a content site (farm and so has to be a bit careful).
I have Facebook pages, and would like to share my hubs directly to those pages when I click on the Facebook icon on a hub. But HP will only let me post to my personal timeline. Most blogs and news sites allow one to choose where to post: timeline, page, group, etc. ...
by Rebecca Graf 9 years ago
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by chelsea_Heart 8 years ago
Have you noticed that wordpress automatically puts updates on twitter whenever you updated your blog. It would be nice if hubpages does something similar..everytime you write a hub its posted on twitter.
by rafken 5 years ago
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by Lisa Vollrath 3 years ago
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by Rohan Jagtap 7 years ago
Facebook login feature would help hubbers. They would not need to type hubpages username and password each time they come to this site. This feature would also be helpful to increase the hubpages members, as so many peoples would like to sign up with their Facebook account.
by sampurna shrestha 5 years ago
I want to write a hub about facebook hacking guide, but i am not sure if it's okey with HP rules, Please help me.
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