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How do followers perceive frequently sharing of hubs?

  1. rajan jolly profile image89
    rajan jollyposted 6 years ago

    How do followers perceive frequently sharing of hubs?

    Sharing of one's own hubs and others' hubs both.

  2. Ruchira profile image75
    Ruchiraposted 6 years ago

    Rajan, just next to vote up/vote down tab...there is a tab by the name of share. Click on it and several options will come..such as share with followers/on facebook/twitter etc. You could click on any source you want to share it on.

    btw, hubpages will remind you not to share your own hubs...but just click okay and continue. Good luck!

  3. Brett.Tesol profile image53
    Brett.Tesolposted 6 years ago

    I think that the frequent sharing of your own hubs could upset followers. So long as you are not hogging the feed, I personally don't mind too much. However, the sharing of other peoples hubs I actually like, as I find hubs I wouldn't have seen in my feed and have met many great hubbers that way.

  4. dragnhaze profile image61
    dragnhazeposted 6 years ago

    Sharing hubs is awesome for everyone here on hub pages, just like hub hopping, when you do both, you are not only learning new things or being entertained but you are helping that person who provided you with that new knowledge or entertainment by giving them that view and sharing it and in turn it may just encourage those people to check out your writing and share as well.

    Thanks Ruchira for the information on how to share a hub here on hub pages.  I had no idea (I didn't even notice the share button honestly), this whole time I've been sharing others hubs on my facebook, twitter, digg, etc.  Guess everyone will be seeing a lot more shares from me here on hubpages.

  5. Marcy Goodfleisch profile image96
    Marcy Goodfleischposted 6 years ago

    I agree that sharing is good up to a point - there are hubs I never would have stumbled on if someone hadn't shared a link, and I am glad I was introduced to those writers.  Another way to share is to post a link on one of your hubs to a hub that has similar content. It enriches your hub, and serves as a way of sharing the other Hubbers work.

 
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