I would say if you have many followers then why not. they will most probably follow you because of your hubbing resp. blogging and so and therefore are likely to be highly motivated to read you hub or blog.
Twitter is an excellent place in which to promote your Hubpages articles at no cost. If you are not using Twitter, you are missing the boat. See my hub which proves my point: http://drbj.hubpages.com/hub/Use-twitte … ve-traffic
yes it is definitely a great place to promote. Followers or none twitter works like hub pages, the more active you are the more people follow. It's also free...and well what do you have to lose?
I'd probably say use a separate account to your personal just in case they get annoyed at 'spamming' and you lose followers but use it as you would a personal so it doesn't feel like its just for marketing purposes.
by quicksand 7 years ago
I am referring to the 12 character short URL associated with every hub. Have you ever used it? Do you use it often to promote your HubPages articles although it has no SEO value?
by sasta10 8 years ago
Anyone please let me know how you promote your hubs? What method do you use? Any tips please. Thanks.
by jujanester 7 years ago
Hi!. I just want to ask how did u promote your hubs?
by StricktlyDating 7 years ago
How does RSS feed work and how would you use it to promote your Hubs?
by Ceres Schwarz 12 months ago
I was thinking of splitting an article into 2 or even 3 different hubs because it was too long. How many words should our articles have before we can publish them on HubPages? I checked the HubPages FAQ page but the only word count listed there refers to the total number of words that an article...
by Cory Zacharia 10 years ago
Hi everyone, Perhaps someone has already covered this topic. If so, I apologize.I'm pretty active in Facebook but have never tweeted except to say, "I taught I taw a putty tat." I've linked to my hubs in Facebook and must admit, when I do so my page views spike somewhat but I can't...
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