A widget is a little thing that you can stick in a blog or something that will direct people to your site. I could take my widget for my hubpages and put it on my blog, then everyone who reads my blog will also see the widget and it's like advertising for myself. It's basically a way to advertise yourself on other sites you own, or if say you were good friends with someone from hubpages you could put a widget of theirs on your side if you wanted to promote them... I think.
Sorry it took so long to get back to you on this but I didn't really know either so I had to go look it up. I hope this helped.
by Renz Kristofer Cheng5 years ago
Do you own a blog that you use to promote your hubs here?And is it effective as a method of promoting hubs?
by Eric Dockett4 years ago
Is it wise, post-Penguin, to use your HubPages RSS feed or widget on your blog? It's the same topic, so there would be no unrelated links issues. My thinking is, as long as it only appears on one page, and...
by tamron7 years ago
I know you can place widgets from your hubpages to a blog but can you put a widget on your hubs?
by Ryan Hupfer8 years ago
<--- Da' WidgetAfter finding out that it's not real easy to find your widget here on HubPages(which for some reason I just noticed), I wrote up a blog post that will hopefully make it easier for all of the Hubbers...
by Eugene Brennan16 months ago
I noticed it wasn't working on my blog. So I re-copied and re-pasted the code just in case something had been updated, but still no success.Anyone else having problems?
by shewritesright7 years ago
only your friends on facebook would see your recommendations , your seeing a different view than another page author would. I would never see your recommendation or private Facebook info in that box as I am not...
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