I was thinking that maybe a good new feature for hubpages would be an option on every hub to 'Follow me on Twitter'.
I have found myself placing my Twitter address on some hubs, but would probably pay the price if I posted a twitter URL on each of my hubs.
We have the option to 'Tweet' our hubs, but no option to build up our Twitter readership? Personally I believe that Twitter has great potential as a traffic source.
We could stick this below the contact and RSS options, for those that choose to add this feature.
A great idea because twitter readership is valuable!
What is your twitter ID, Share it here:
Yeah, could be a good idea, seeing as I have a twitter account now. I've got a button on my blog. And you could have one for facebook as well. Otherwise you could just put a link in your profile bio.
At the first glance don't see any downside. So yes, I support this too, subject to available resources.
We already can add links to our twitter page? Seems like an extra internal app that isn't needed.
Yeah we can, but it doesnt look all that professional to just hyperlink the word 'Twitter' in a text capsule.... and too many external links can bring down scores right?
In my opnion it would be used a hell of a lot more than 'Subscribe to RSS'....
You could put a link in your profile for people to follow you on Twitter.
I already have, but my profile doesn't really get a great deal of views..... less than 10% of my total, and I guess that most of those will be internal traffic.
It is external traffic that I would like on my twitter, the people that may actually click through onto an ad..... at the moment I have 30 followers on my Twitter - 25 of them are hubbers - so tweeting is pointless?
Ryan, you should go for more followers!
Do you use hashtags? I get followers through using them.
Jeeez is there anywhere you haven't found followers, yer becoming a soddin Cult
lol Uninvited ,youll have to change ya monika to Invited
I thought us men were born to bow down to you females anyway
Eating a Ham Bap during your lunch hour BC? I have one eye on you. My other is on my coffee pot. Tis empty. And I have my tickets to the UK now. Looking forward to the green and wet that is my homeland. We frogs need to puddle jump from time to time
I'll miss my sargent though
And to answer Ryan - not a bad idea and it may encourage me to use Twitter more. Usually I just stare at it.
Can you make money writing blogs?
Actually first of all ,what is a blog?
Like an online diary about anything you want, you can set one up free at www.blogger.com
Ohhhh yea thanks badco .Im gonna be a blogger
I'm so glad you popped an eye in there and not an nay. Otherwise it would've read like a naughty curse word
Slept in so self-imposed day orf then?
by kmackey32 9 years ago
Ok I joined twitter and listed my profile from hubpages for my site but Im not getting any hits alough I have hundreds of people now following me. What am I doing wrong?
by Janis Leslie Evans 3 years ago
If we pump up our use of social media, i.e., marketing our articles more, will it help increase our traffic much? Or won't it make much difference because we are more dependent upon organic traffic? Something tells me we might have to wait out this drought. What say you?
by Karen A Szklany 5 years ago
I have been thinking about how I can give some of my hubs that receive less traffic more light. On our profiles, we can pick a bunch of hubs that feature in a "gallery" that fades in and out, right under our bios and above the published hubs listed in the bottom section. This year, my...
by Katina Davenport 5 years ago
Is Twitter helping you to increase traffic?
by The filled mind 3 weeks ago
Does anyone know how I can share my article to Instagram I have a few followers in there and would like to tap into that.
by ElleBee 4 years ago
What 3 things do you think someone w/o a lot of time can do to increase their earnings on Hub pages?What tips do you have for someone to increase their earnings on HP even if they don't have a lot of time to dedicate to writing several new hubs every week or even month?
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