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Now that blogger is off the share button on hubpages, how does one post hub links on blogger?
Go to your profile page here on HubPages and to the right under your picture is a wheel that says, "Add widget to your website."
Go to your blogger account and go to layout, add gadget, add the box that says "HTML Java and add the code you saved from your HubPages widget.
Save and you are done. To see what it looks like you can go to my blog at pamelanred.com and see how it looks. You can move the box around to where ever you like.
It automatically uploads your latest hubs so you don't have to do anything. It shows four or five at a time. Wonderful tool.
I was going to suggest the whole referral tracker (link to page) option but Pamela N Red has answered with a far better option, so thank you! I learnt something to have just placed widgets on blogs thank you again.
It seems that if you have blogger and posted links/hubs there before , it will continue to do it automatically. I checked my Blooger account and my latest blogs are already there.
But if not, then Pamela's instructions are excellent.
Pamela's suggestion of the use of the Widget is by far the easiest and IMO the best.
You can still post a link to blogger by clicking share, getting an HTML link to the post and then either placing this in a blog using the HTML function to produce a link which will also include the code to give you credit for a new user if they then join HubPages and produce hubs.
Or you can copy and paste your hubs URL into a link on your blog.
The later two processes make a bit of work, which is why Pamela has it spot on suggesting the widget, which shows either your latest or your hottest hubs automatically.
by Denny Lyon9 years ago
I started using this blogging link to send my own hubs out of the hub nest. Soon, as I was going to make comments for my friends list I ended up reading other good hubs and decided to share theirs on my blogs...
by Kate Swanson6 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...
by carol stanley4 years ago
Do you always share a new hub with your followers? How many of your own hubs should you share?Is there a specific number of times that you should share your own hubs with the Share button?
by Julie Grimes6 years ago
I am sure I missed something, my apologies. But what happen to the Google share button? I am really missing it. Anyway to bring it back permanently? All I get to show up, when I read a hub is...
by OSBERT JOEL C3 years ago
New superb share buttons replaces the old share buttons. These include share buttons of facebook, google plus, twitter, pinterest and hubpages.
by Aaron LeBauer5 years ago
I just created a new hub<link snipped>and after publishing it, I wanted to use the referral tracker link that accessed by using the "share" button at the bottom of my other hubs.what am I missing?
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