Hi. I noticed that after I finish writing new hubs I get an option to tweet or something like that, so I finally created a twitter account. Now how do I tweet my already published hubs?
Good question to pose to the good 'ol Hubmasters.
When you do figure it out, post it on here
Copy the url into twitter
Or you can open the hub and use the "share this" button to tweet it.
If a 'Tweet it' option comes up, all you do is click on that and it takes you to the Twitter page where you need to sign in. Once you do, the URL automatically comes up - you just need to click on the 'Update' button.
If you are taking part in the HubChallenge, remember what Ryan said: add #HubChallenge at the end of the URL
my hash sign always comes out as a pound sign so I don't bother with that hash thingie
Maybe you could try Insert>Symbol># in Word and then cut and paste Cindy?
When you finish the hub and publish ,on the top of the page there is a place that says "Twitter" click on there and it will direct you to your account. Log-in and it is automatically posted.
Are you sure the tweet crowd have the attention span for a hubpage?
Thanks for the word on the Share button. I guess I wasn't paying attention to it.
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