Do you hit Like on facebook when reading other peoples hubs ? Did you know this can help you ?
Did you know that it will help you by promoting other peoples hubs and do you share ? I like to share hubs I enjoy and love it when I see mine have been shared !
Yesterday I hit the Like button on someone else's hub for the first time since I joined HubPages. I thought that the hub might be of interest to some of my friends, but I don't know whether any of them have bothered to read it.
I know it can help the person who wrote the hub, but how can it help me?
When someone is nice enough to share then I go read the hubs of the person who shared . If I like their hubs then I share one of theirs ! Has an ongoing effect . When people answer my questions I go look at their hubs as well !
Thanks for explaining. I'm still learning my way around here.
@ Gina - if you go to the bottom of the screen when you enjoy a hub and would like to link to it from Facebook or from your own site, then you can use the "link to this page" tab to get a referral link before posting that hub's link elsewhere.
May have known it at one time, but needed the reminder. Thanks so much.
If we all help each other by hitting like which takes under 60 seconds we all play a part in getting more viewers for all of us / Also leave a comment - click on a button and vote up if you enjoy it . We will do the same to you !
Agree with you free, It takes so little time and is helpful.
It's the old 80-20 rule, if you put 80% of your efforts towards helping others, you get a 20% positive effect for yourself.
You know, I am sad to say I never even thought about that (the facebook like). I make sure to comment and vote up or down, but I forgot all about the fb button. Thanks for the reminder!!
YES! I do hit like to share on Facebook. I do this often. I don't know if anyone ever reads what I share but I try help fellow hubbers.
No I don't. I took out my Facebook account a while ago and enjoy the wonders of real conversations with friends and family over a nice cup of coffee.
I do share Hubs always when I feel they're worth it! Even better...
I link Hubs of other great Hubbers very often to my Hubs. This will help a great deal to get them some more traffic or attention.
Thats great if you are near family ! I would rather see them .My daughters are not near me & I love seeing daily photos from my daughter in Europe . I mainly use facebook for promoting hubs , belong to a group of travelers so we all help each oth
I live abroad as well and I visit my family and friends quite often.
Facebook became an unpleasant addiction to me. I use Skype (with a coffee), pictures we send by mail and friends in Spain always meet me over a coffee on a terrace:-)
I don't have an FB A/C but i do share hubs i like with my followers and frequently vote and comment .A couple of months ago i became more aware of others being proactive in sharing etc. so i went back through my hubs and tried to put at least one link to another hubbers hub (on related topics) in each of them and will do so on future hubs too.What goes around,comes around, so the theory goes anyway :-)
This question has just spurred me to check your hub, and i like your work on tourism.I shared one on my facebook and i am following you likewise,i hope the insight i gain from your tourism articles will help with my new website.
by wytegarillaz 8 years ago
Do you have a facebook page ? I get people reading my hubs via facebook do you ?I have found I get people clicking on my links from facebook + sharing them . Stumle upon is good as well .Do you have the same experience or where do you get your outside readers from ?
by KRC 9 years ago
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by carol stanley 5 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 Chitrangada Sharan 4 years ago
Do you share your hubs with your family--- husband/ wife/ children ? Do they read it with interest?
by Paul Deeds 9 years ago
We're testing out a Facebook Social Plugin at the bottom of the sidebar on hubs. It shows personalized activity feeds (the most interesting recent activity taking place on HubPages) and personalized recommendations (hubs). You can read more about it and other plugins here.
by whooops 9 years ago
I got onboard Hubpages about twelve hours ago.I started and have just posted two hubs.So what is the best thing to do now?Stay put and write some more?Mingle with the other hubbers?Join the Forums and the Discussions?Tinker with all the Help Pages Hubpages has to offer?Any other suggestions will be...
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