Why did HP remove the Link to BLOGGER in the Share group at the bottom of all Hubs?
It now takes me more time to link my Hubs to my Blogs. I did a quick search on HP Forums and I can;t find anything.
Good question. Why does HP do anything is another. It may have to do with their duplicate content nonsense but I'm not sure.
im not sure i would like an answer too that was kinda rude without notice
by Rajan Singh Jolly 6 years ago
I see some changes in the share button at the bottom of the hub just above the comments box. Have you noted a couple of them missing? Blogger and the other one I can't remember is missing.
by Kate Swanson 7 years ago
I have to issue a grovelling apology here, I stuffed up mightily. I posted an explanation of how to claim authorship with Google, and made one small but extremely important mistake. For those who followed the original advice, my sincere apologies. You need to edit your profile and...
by skye2day 7 years ago
Does anyone know why, what or where the link is to open up and share a hub via personal email?I miss the link to share a hub of love via email address's? Does anyone know where it went to and why? AM I missing something here? It is not at the bottom of the page or when clicking the share button....
by David Eastwick 12 months ago
A few days ago I was advised to look into Hubpages as a good place to collate my reviews. So yesterday I posted my first review. This was not something that was knocked up in a few minutes, no usual steam review of "10/10 would play again" but my usual detailed and fair review. It had...
by Rajan Singh Jolly 6 years ago
Now that blogger is off the share button on hubpages, how does one post hub links on blogger?
by J Sunhawk 7 years ago
I have a blog at igoogle. I'm going to write a bunch of articles related to my hub articles.Is it better to link from igoogle back to hubpages, or link from hubpages back to igoogle?Or should I do reciprocal links?Thanks
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