At the top of the hub, under the author name, are the sharing buttons. One of them is "HubPages followers". Press it and give it a minute, it is slow.
Another way, if you are on your feed, under the comments of the hub is another marked "Share". That will also share with your followers.
On the right hand side under the FB button, there is a 'share with hub followers' button. In grey. Or words to that effect.
Thank you, Lesley! so weird, I don't see it on my screen, maybe something with my computer...
by Kenneth Avery11 days ago
May 4, 201811:31 p.m., CDSTTo ALL of my Much-Valued Followers who have stuck with me, prayed for me, laughed and cried with me over the years, so now with a serious tone I ask everyone to NOT think that I, in any way,...
by Kenneth Avery5 weeks ago
April 12, 1:15 a.m.Dear Friends -- I will be brief. I am writing NOT to be self-serving or bring attention to myself, but during the Easter weekend, I was carried via ambulance from my hometown, Hamilton, Ala., to...
by Cuttler5 years ago
Why is it not advisable to share a hub with one's hubpages followers?I have always wondered why this is the case. Any suggestions?
by Dee426 years ago
I've noticed something kinda weird, after I write something, I put it on Facebook, because I've worked hard on it, and letting everyone I know that I have written a new hub. Do they or even even disliked it or leave...
by Isaac Yaw Asiedu Nunoofio18 months ago
When you update your article, you see facebook,twitter etc buttons on the left. can you use them to share your updated article with your followers? Can using them to share the article prevent you from earning from...
by Joan Whetzel5 years ago
All of the "share" and "Like" buttonshave now disappeared from my hubs, except "share with hubbers?"Why can't I share my hubs anymore without having to sign into Facebook, Twitter, Stumbled...
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