Do you share good hubs that you read with others by using Twitter, Facebook or your blog?
HubPages is a family, so I believe, and I have come across some excellent hubs in the short time I've been here. I even posted a link from a hub on my blog. Are you being a good hubber and networking by spreading the love? Share how you spread hublove and tell us if you share!
Yes, I do this often, and it is good to do this. Tweeting is great and liking in Facebook is too. The Google Plus thing is weird as we are not supposed to over-plug it. Adsense reasons. Oh well...
Yes! There are so many excellent Hubs here and I am being inspired by some of them. I am a good Hubber networking and spreading the love but you must understand that some people don't want love and that we all have our fair share of problems and there are only 24 hours in a day. There is also the problem of finding time to update our websites, blogspot, Squidoo, Tumblr, Posterous, Flickr Youtube, facebook, Dailymotion, myspace, google plus, twitter, Disqus and the list goes on and on.
When I really like the hub, I share it using twitter.
Sometimes, I mention this in the comment to encourage the hubber.
I really feel that we are here like a one team.
I don't share my own hubs on Facebook too much, so the likelihood that I would share others is slim. On Twitter though is a different story. If I think my followers will like the link, then yes. I don't see why we can't help one another out. I helped another hubber on here by getting her a couple hundred views on Reddit, so I'm not terribly selfish with my backlinking.
I usually share hubs that I write on twitter, facebook, my blog, my website, and other sites. But if I come across an interesting hub I might share it with others on twitter or facebook....
Absoulutely! If I find a hub really good and interesting, I'll put it on my Facebook profile. That being said, I will also do that with any other website that I have enjoyed.
I always twit for hubs that are good enough to catch my attention. If I really like them I do more. If I am really impressed I bookmark them on infopirate or savedit.at
That happens rarely but especially if I learn something helpful I feel it's the least I can do for the hub author.
I spread hubs on at least a dozen or more social networks. Everyone should come read hubs
I always tweet the content that I like and Google +1 the content that I really, really like. It's not just about helping others; I'm happy when I can share something useful, funny, interesting, beautiful or awesome with others
Yes, If i find a great hub that my friends will like i share, usually through FB
I often share hubs with my friends. If the hub is particularly interesting i will also share it on other platforms such as RedGage and Digg.
Most of you share my feelings. I tweet and share with my facebook page. I also share with digg, reddit, stumbleupon AND my followers. I think it is important to support one another and prmote each other's work.
I read about 10 to 20 hubs per week depending on my time and the length of the hub. I link the majority of the hubs I read out via; facebook, twitter and or google plus. I always comment. Comments are great and a very good thing. Friendships are developed through comments. I vote most of the time. I read all of the hub. I do not skim. Do I sound like a perfect hubber? Not! I just give it my best shot. There are not enough hours to read all I would like to.
I treat hubs as I want mine treated. Hubpages is time consuming but anything worth while takes time. Love it here.
by kelleyward 6 years ago
Just wondering if it is spamming to submit your hubs to the same social networking sites more than once? For example, if you wait a week or so between and you are trying to get your hub more traffic can you submit it again to Twitter or Facebook? Or is this a bad idea. Also if so then how long...
by radlyn 8 years ago
Hi everyone! I was wondering how many of you had Twitter accounts and if you use them to promote your pages? I often promote my writing on Twitter and often retweet and share interesting content from other writers as well.One of my women's writers groups has a great system for sharing articles on...
by Don Bobbitt 22 months ago
I don't get into these fights and disagreements with what HP does on a regular basis. But I looked at my Hubs and I only saw the four sites; Flipboard, Pinterest, Facebook and email in my share icons over the past week or so. What happened to G+ ?????This one doesn't make sense to me considering...
by Grace-Wolf-30 5 years ago
How do you share other peoples hubs?
by Kristen Howe 2 years ago
Yesterday, a fellow hubber posted on the HP feed about my pi-yo hubs being a nuisance and boring, even when I shared them here on HP and various other social media outlets a few times a week (a few times a day). I've tried to be nice about it and sent him a private email, (in which this hubber...
by Sunil Kumar Kunnoth 5 years ago
After publishing a hub, what are the immediate things we need to do? I usually share it with Facebook, Pin interest and Twitter. Is it enough or do we need some extra work? In that case, please suggest some sure methods fetching good results.
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