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Why do Hub-bers and Hub-bies not tweet each others posts more?

  1. ImKarn23 profile image77
    ImKarn23posted 6 years ago

    Why do Hub-bers and Hub-bies not tweet each others posts more?

    It seems to me that a great way of spreading a great hub is by tweeting - and yet I see so little of it done. Why?

  2. samadaslam profile image61
    samadaslamposted 6 years ago

    Don't know the exact reason but may be most of us not attached our Twitter Account. Even I don't use tweeter so others may be like me who have Twitter but don't use at all.

  3. missolive profile image95
    missoliveposted 6 years ago

    Perhaps you need to expand your twitter following/followers more? Are you following several hubbers? Several hubbers also have 'hubber lists' on their Twitter profiles and this helps locate additional hubbers. I see quite a bit of sharing between hubbers on Twitter. Tweets and retweets alike. It is a good idea to include the person's @twitter name when you tweet. This way they will see your efforts and will usually return the favor. Careful with spamming though. You might lose your account and/or followers.

    Also, if you simply tweet a link without any kind of description - followers won't see any type of hook or attraction. Again, only tweeting links comes across as spam and not a personal interest.

  4. Dale Hyde profile image87
    Dale Hydeposted 6 years ago

    I use Twitter quite a bit to promote my own hubs as well as other's hubs when i find them interesting.  The reason I limit myself in the amount of Tweets, is that you do not want to "spam" your followers with a bunch of Tweets to the same site and all.  A Tweet here and there, spaced out over time, is most effective, and Tweeting on a "regular" basis is also go.

  5. kingmaxler profile image61
    kingmaxlerposted 6 years ago

    I think many do not use twitter. I do not use it to follow people nor do I enjoy its' layout. It is as simple as that.

  6. profile image0
    paxwillposted 6 years ago

    people don't want to be known as spammers on the sites they belong to.

  7. bmukherjii profile image57
    bmukherjiiposted 6 years ago

    Well this is a great idea. I usually rate the interesting posts. But never thought of tweeting others hub. From now on I shall keep it in mind. Though I am unsure whether other hubbers will reciprocate it in the same way.

  8. gardengrowmadeezy profile image60
    gardengrowmadeezyposted 6 years ago

    I don't tweet, twitter, nor twang. Just kidding. Seriously, I don't tweet and twitter and have no interest in ever doing so. I hope it doesn't affect my writing ability or my hub scores because even to "join in" nahhhh-not going there.

 
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