I "liked" two of my hubs to Facebook, but one appeared and one did not: what is the problem?
it could be a setting that filters stuff that appears in/from your news feed. you can always post the link directly as a status update, that might be more effective.
When I do it they always go straight to my home page, so I have to go on there and click on share again, no Idea why though! lol!
When I do it sometimes it does post and some times it does not. I got all the way down to the bottom of the page on the hub and click on link to this page and then I copy that link in the box and post it to my FB page and then share it that way. That always works and you can do it to other people's hubs too.
I do this also and if the article is relevant to any of my friends, I also tag them when i post it. That way it appears on their wall too
Thanks to all that responded. This is the tack that worked for me (als0 suggested by others). If I just "like" a hub using the button to the right of the hub, it still posts but not in the "feed."
The same problem is with me. when i "liked" any of my article to Facebook.None appears there . what to do?
I've noticed that when this happens to me, it's because the article ends up as a mere mention in one of the new side panels called, Activity (thank you, Timeline). it doesn't always do this - just often enough that it's annoying and I've stopped "Liking" my articles from Hub. Like Lady Guinevere and SoundNFury, I just copy/paste the link to my article in my FB status box with a note or description.
At the end of the hub you can see" link to this page" click to it and copy that link and paste where ever you like on your fb account or twitter.
Maybe Facebook only liked one. Okay, I really have no clue. Sorry.
Thanks so much to those who responded to this question from a new hubber. It appears that if I use the "like" button at the top right of the hub, the "like" posts to my profile page, while if I use the cut-and-paste method for the URL, it goes to the feed - which is where I wanted it.
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