I personally have not, but I suppose it can help.
I have tried, twitter so far but some people have success with putting it in stumbleupon, digg, facebook or other social media. Try social poster as it is semi-automatic.
Leaving blogging comments on other blogs with your hub links may help. I am not seo wiz as I am learning too. Here is a hub (not mine) that may help.
http://hubpages.com/hub/Increase-Your-T … PR4-or-PR5
No, only because I didn't know we could. Can we? Like cookingdiva, I use SheToldMe and Twitter. I just joined StumbleUpon, but I really haven't checked it out. Maybe you should ask this in forums, they seem to know the answers to almost everything over there. I usually to to the section "Knowledge Exchange" or something like. lol sorry, can't remember the actual name. But just reading the questions and answers there, have been helping me a lot. I hope this helps.
Have a nice day,
Yahoo search engine is not part of Bing (Microsoft) they both display the same search result, and they work like Google, they have a Bot which visit HubPages as Google and indexed pages.
You should not have problems see your Hubs indexed at Yahoo.
No. I gave up on Yahoo as an also ran when they ruined a perfectly good e-mail system. It became so bad I opened a gmail account and closed my Yahoo mail accounts. Since then I court Google.
I applied for a Google index number and ad it to my websites but that doesn't work for Hubs because I don't control the web page. But now that Google knows who I am they have really taken notice of me and always give me notice in their searches.
You can ask Google to index your hub pages but Hub pages are a top ranked site and that isn't necessary because it happens anyways. Who cares about Yahoo? They shot themselves in the foot now they are slitting their throats with bad management. They should be broke soon enough and be bought out by someone who knows what they are doing.
If you use good key words in your titles, write decent content with some links to good sites and link yourself from places like facebook you will show up in Yahoo searches anyways. Start learning about search optimization.
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