Can I share my earlier hubs again on twitter or pintrest etc.?
Is it o.k. to share hubs, the second time on social net working sites?
Sure, why wouldn't it be OK? Occasionally I'll use my Facebook to "pimp" a Hub that hasn't had much action in a while. Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn't.
I don´t know how many followers you have on your twitter account but that seems to be a good place to share hubs, over and over! When I notice one of my hubs has 0-0 I copy the link onto twitter, with an introduction, and usually see some activity (even if it is only one or two visitors).
I try to post all of my links to pinterest as soon as they are published. It will not really do you any good (to my knowledge) to post there more than once. If you have not put them up the first time be sure to do so, especially your Indian recipe hubs. I have not had a lot of activity from Pinterest but I notice that if I repin another good picture I have more traffic to my hubs.
I tried to answer your stumbleupon question too but my computer crashed. That is another good place to post your hubs and you may see a little traffic there.
Check out chime.in and scoop.it The hubber Dwachira has a lot of hubs that can be helpful in building your traffic by utilizing social sites.
Facebook? No idea. I never use it and stay as far away as possible.
Good question, and the answers are more helpful thanks for the question.I thinks other sites like Technorati, face book etc.. .are good ways for increasing our traffic.
Thanks DrMark, for answering the question. The information is of great help. I want to be a bit careful, while promoting my hubs, so that the HP team should not consider this as being over promotional. Even I do'nt have a FB account. Thanks again.
HP would not consider any of this overpromotional. If you get more PVs, they have more income.
Keep in mind that Facebook links to your page are nofollow , so even if you share it 1000 times, it wont boost your SEO, however if your aiming at driving traffic to your hub, it could work... and you can share it as much as you want
Why not, it is help you to promote in search engine like google, bing, and yahoo.
Hello. As far as I know you can tweet earlier hubs. You can copy the web address of each hub into you tweet so other tweeters can click the link from you tweet. Good luck.
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