Why doesn't it show up in the 'Feed' when I share hubs or others share mine?
I share a lot of hubs, but often, when I check the 'feed' - they haven't shown up! Same thing when folks tell me they've shared one of mine. What's up with this?
Good question. I had the same problem when I tried to share you with others---oops, that didn't sound right. :~O lol
And it's a pain in the ass contacting HubPages over anything.
Charles..i honestly believe that hubpages has an issue with the 'controversial' topics i cover. They tried to not publish a perfect respectful poem on bulimia nervosa and another one of pap smears! I look at what wins 'hubba d day' and - while...
ImKarn, I love the topics you address. It takes guts to post controversial hubs with trolls waiting to pounce. I wish there were more like you here on HubPages.
As for the usual 'hub-o-the-day', puhhleasssse!!! Not enough comment space for that. lol
When I share somebody's hub it does not show up in my feed. At first I thought the share was somehow not working, but now I think it's normal. I think it shows in our follower's feeds, but not our own.
I think Sherry is correct because if I share a hub (or someone notifies me that one of my hubs have been shared) they do not show up in my feed. I see your articles all the time when wetnosedogs or midget shares them, so they are definitely showing up on my feed. (And being read, even if controversial!)
Hi, Dr. Mark.! Sherry could very well be right, but - i've never heard of wetnosedog..lol..cute name, tho!
Oh, it must have been kashmir or TTombs. They are all great sharers (is that even a word?). wetnosedogs, a guy from Alabama, follows a lot of hubbers that I do not so I see a lot of interesting shares from him too.
It may just be that there is a time lag between when you share hubs and when they appear in the feed. It often happens that to me too. It could also be that the hubbers who's hubs you have shared, do not have their notifications set up to see that you have shared a particular one of their hubs.
hope this helps.
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