Do you get a notification if your hub is shared?
Just a question from one of the newbies: if someone shares your hub with their followers, do you get a notification?
No, it never happened. You could just see it listed in the Hub feed.
Nope. You can visit your hubs often and they will show on the right side the number of tweets etc.
No i haven't , where the tweet button is Pinterest Facebook buttons are it will tell you there by the number of tweets, shares, pins, Google+1
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by bankscottage5 years ago
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by Janis Leslie Evans2 years ago
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