I was wondering if I can put my articles after they are published on my blog or on my Facebook.
But they have to be published on here first, right. Just asking because I had to edit one of my articles because it was published on my blog before it was published on here.
Yes, it has to be here first. However, there's no point posting the same article twice - you'll be diluting the traffic. Why don't you write a cool and interesting summary to put on Facebook with a link back to your hub?
by Polly C 7 years ago
I have a video on my camera that I want to add to my hub, how do I do this? In the video capsule it seems only to refer to videos from google + youtube etc. Any help much appreciated...
by Natalie Frank 4 months ago
I was just wondering what people's take on article length is. Do you make a point of including as much info as possible in your article going for longer length or if you can cover it decently in a shorter length do you prefer to stick with that? I'm seeing some articles that are well...
by Jennifer Maldonado 8 years ago
I have been here for about two weeks. I am getting traffic from other sources other than hubpages, but the majority comes from here. I was wondering, how long did it take you to start seeing more traffic from other places. I am trying to learn about promoting and keywords and backlinking. I think I...
by Natalia M Aeschliman 4 years ago
Can you write poetry on Hubpages?I have written poetry since I was 13 years old, and never really shared it with anyone. I am new to hub pages and so far have 6 articles that have been published, so I am very excited about that. I was wondering, is poetry ok to write? Is there a poetry section? How...
by Christopher James Stone 10 years ago
I'm not sure where to post these questions, so I'll post them here and hope they get picked up.I want to know how many people are registered to HubPages, how many hubs get published per day, on average, and how many hubs there are altogether? Does anyone have this information?
by Brittany Banks 20 months ago
I usually use the source name: E.g. Brittany Banks, CC-BY, Via Facebook.But I know there is an easier way to do this, because I am tired of having to upload the photos to facebook to get the source URL. If I take the pictures myself, what do I have to put for the source name?
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