Is there a way to share with HubPage readers without using Facebook?
I saw an icon on one hub that said "hubpage followers" right below where it said 'facebook, twitter, and pinterest; Is that the sharing internally icon and if so how do I make it happen? Thanks
The icon, I think stands for targeting the questions and answers to the hubbers with similar interests, and also goes as a notification to your followers available on your profile. The icon in itself is not clickable as that of Facebook, twitter and pinterest.
Click on the icon that says Share with your HubPages followers, give it a minute because it is slow. It will share with all of your followers. There is another one under the comments of each article on your feed. so if you forget, or just don't feel like scrolling all the way back to the top, you can share on the feed.
Hi pstraubie. Just click on it and it will then be shared amongst your followers.
the hubpages Icon comes on the hub when it is forwarded to pinterest and facebook from your hubpages account. but it will be featured on HP if it is deemed a quality hub so many readers on hubpages will find it.
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