Do you share other Hubber's Hubs?
I am curious how many people actually share (twitter, Facebook, etc.) their fellow Hubber's Hubs. We put a lot of time and effort into our Hubs but are our fellow Hubbers helping each other out??
Yea I do. If I found it really "outstanding" Then I'd share...........
I do if it inspired me or taught me something new. Not only because i think it maybe useful to someone else but it helps promote someones work who deserves it.
hub pages is a community. promoting another writers content that is good is a good thing. dont view other writers as us against them. we are all one community of hubbers, writers and authors. when one of us is successful, dont be envious. we are all successful.
remember, if you share their content sharing of your content will typically also be donel
review my hub that is specific to your question.
http://hubpages.com/hub/apatonthebackfo … maynotknow
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