How do I share a hub to Google plus?
I use to see a button on pages I no longer see that. How do I share to google plus? And how do I just share to my page without spamming out to everyone in my circles?
Just have a google account and you will have a Google + account . Get your hub URL and paste in Google +.
Go to the SHARE button at the end of your hub, just before the comments. Click that and you will see the Google+ button and click on that. It is under the Twitter Button
Or you just click on the Google+ icon on the hub that you want to share.
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