How do I let readers know that I have edited/added to one of my hubs they have read?
If they are following you on HubPages and they have their alerts turned on then they'll get an announcement that you've published something new.
I also Ping and Social Bookmark, and Twitter and Facebook post that I've published a new Hub
You can make an announcement on your hubpages feed, twitter account or facebook account - that's the only I know of to let readers know of updates to a hub.
Your readers will get a notification when you publish a new hub (if they have it turned on), but they won't be automatically notified when a hub is updated.
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