Share hubs with your followers. HP recommends not to do it. Why is that?
For one thing, your hubs are already automatically shared with your followers when you publish them.
People may also see them again, when you reply to followers who comment-- in the feed.
A few hubbers have made a habit of sharing their hubs --one after another, again and again-- which pretty much falls under the category of 'self- promotion", and gets a little annoying and tiresome.
These are just my theories. For a more definitive answer, a staff member would have to give you a reply.
I guess, so that we don't bore them by sharing our already published hubs...
Thank you all. I understand completely and it makes good sense. I forgot they go right to the front page as soon as we publish.
When you publish a new Hub, your followers receive an email notifying them. Why would you want to tell them again?
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