I don't have a FB account.. Twitter account.. or anything which I can promote my...
HubPages..is there anything else I can do to promote my pages with others?
I recently signed up to twitter and myspace for the sole purpose of promoting my hubs, as well as this you can sign up to blogspot, stumble upon, reddit, and digg. and then everytime you write a hub link it to your new sites.
You can join these sites!! It will help promote ur pages!
You may have to join other sites not necessarily networking sites to promote your work here. Create a blog and that would help you drive traffic here. You can write a slightly different topics there and link the two!
There are many sites out there for submitting articles to that have a live bookmark feed to multiple sites. You do need to be signed up with all of the ones you want to submit your article to beforehand,but streamlining in this manner will get you tons of back links to that article. When you write an article be sure and add a short bio (signature) that also includes the URL of the hub you are trying to get linked back to. I just started this procedure with my newest hub,having wrote 1 article yesterday and 2 today and submitted them on http://www.amazines.com which unlike many sights I checked out were quick to approve my first article in 1 day versus up to 7 for ezines.com. I'm sure this site does not get the exposure that ezine does,but none the less I've been able to create around 30 links back to my article which in turn links back to my hub. I really hope I am doing this correctly,if I am not and someone reads this please correct me.
by Sneha Sunny 6 years ago
I know most of us do by sharing it on facebook, twitter, bookmarking sites and all. How do you promote your work??
by Cory Zacharia 9 years ago
Hi everyone, Perhaps someone has already covered this topic. If so, I apologize.I'm pretty active in Facebook but have never tweeted except to say, "I taught I taw a putty tat." I've linked to my hubs in Facebook and must admit, when I do so my page views spike somewhat but I can't...
by kb24fanatic 8 years ago
Why do you access your Facebook or Twitter account everyday?
by KRC 8 years ago
I'm posting this in the "Report a Problem" area because it could pose a problem for fellow hubbers. I first noticed something strange two days ago. I got a direct Twitter message from a fellow hubber that I don't normally talk to. It was a message asking me if this was...
by Annalise Talons 5 years ago
Hello,I have been trying to have others read my article but I cannot find it through any search engine. I have to log into hubpages to see it. It says published. What's going on? Thanks.Anna
by amandajoyshapiro 5 years ago
For those who write on HubPages, do you also have Twitter accounts?Twitter is supposed to be great for announcing you've written a new hub and to get more followers. Do you use Twitter for these objectives too? What kind of feedback do you get?
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