More share options on HubPages?
I was wondering if there is a plan to expand the number of share links at the bottom of each hub...It would really be useful to many of us to have all the links there, for example to have an "Add This" button. Social bookmarking increases traffic to our hubs and that means more money for everyone, including the owners of HubPages.
An effective bookmarking campaign would bring more traffic form outside the HubPages community, increasing click-through rates and bringing new talented writers here.
How could we go about adding such a feature?
Make a suggestion in the Suggest a Feature section of the Forum.
Thanks for the suggestion tritrain! I did write a post on the Forum you mentioned. It would really help if other people requested this as well.
i did send a request to the admin on this subject this week. they are currently considering this option. this would really be great.
i also suggested a page that automatically set it up for each hub to be forwarded to the sites.
i hope this will be something that we can see fairly soon
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