What is the best time of the day to share hubs on Facebook to get maximum exposure?
Just out of interest why is hubpages traffic of such great importance? Personally I believe that it's the search engines you need to focus on. Any visits from hubbers whilst are nice from a community perspective are not going to generate you money. If you are still wanting to know then I'd say it is very hard to pinpoint a time as we are all in different countries and different timezones.
I never share my articles on Facebook unless I believe they'll be relevant to a large number of my friends (for instance how to fix a Facebook glitch). Your friends are likely to feel spammed, and even if they don't they're unlikely to click or make you money.
As WorkAtHomeMums said, work on getting search engine traffic. That increases with time and comes in far greater amounts than a few clicks from friends!
I do post my hub on my fb to share with my friends and followers. However, I do not track when is the best time yet. May be I should find a way to do so.
Posting your hub in fb can bring in traffic as well. This is an active traffic (you need to post in order to chain the traffic back to HP). While optimize for Google SEO could be a passive traffic. Where Google bring the traffic for you. While you only need to optimize your page.
So, do both if you can.
by Fiction Teller 5 years ago
I've never had a hub go viral, so I have no idea what I'm talking about. All that qualifies me is that I regularly share and read "viral" material. As we look at alternatives to Google for traffic, some ideas are stewing in my head. This is what I think it takes for a...
by kelleyward 6 years ago
Just wondering if it is spamming to submit your hubs to the same social networking sites more than once? For example, if you wait a week or so between and you are trying to get your hub more traffic can you submit it again to Twitter or Facebook? Or is this a bad idea. Also if so then how long...
by Nathan Bernardo 5 years ago
So, on the one hand, it is said you should promote Hubs on social media: Facebook, Twitter, Google+; and of course, don't get spam-tastic. Maybe use hashtags so the content is more easily found. The other option often suggested is to comment on forums and have your signature there or something...
by Don Bobbitt 22 months ago
I don't get into these fights and disagreements with what HP does on a regular basis. But I looked at my Hubs and I only saw the four sites; Flipboard, Pinterest, Facebook and email in my share icons over the past week or so. What happened to G+ ?????This one doesn't make sense to me considering...
by Michelle Zunter 3 years ago
Curious to know if anyone in the community shares their hubs on Facebook? And if so, has it helped to promote your hubs? Thanks
by Shadesbreath 7 years ago
So I started a page on Facebook and I thought I would be able to send out a thrilling announcement with the url to the people in my fan/follower base (I went to a lot of trouble figuring out how to get the neat and tidy facebook.com/shadesbreath thingy URL that doesn't have all the numbers and...
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