How can we add icons/links to Tweet articles on Twitter for readers using smartphones?
More and more readers are now using smartphones to read our articles, but HubPages has not added links for readers to Tweet our articles on Twitter. The icons/links are available on PCs, but not on iphones or smartphones. We are losing many many opportunities by not having this option when users are using their phones.
I don't see where Hubpages is working on this.
You need to go to hubpages . On your web page is the help word. Click on it. The awnser is there. Hubpages have rules to protect the work of all the writers.
by Lyndon Henry 2 days ago
My posted articles display automatic Share links to Facebook and Pinterest, but none for Twitter. That means I must take the time to manually create a Twitter posting, with graphic, shortlink etc., and then post it.Twitter can disseminate an attractive article promo to hundreds, thousands,...
by smanty 7 years ago
I have never Tweeted my articles and I feel as though that may be a problem. I know I can do better with views, but I just need to know where to post my links. I need to generate more organic backlinks and I am thinking that Twitter may be the place to go. Has it helped you with your views?Thanks!
by Victoria Van Ness 9 days ago
I'm kinda pissed and extremely dismayed. I've been with Hubpages and Amazon Associates for 5 years now and haven't made a dime with Amazon the entire time. I've reached out for help numerous times and not a single person told me that I have to get my Amazon links from the Amazon Associates website...
by Adrienne Janet Farricelli 3 years ago
Some of the perks many websites have is the Like, Tweet ad Pinterest button. Articles with thousands of likes are often a sign of success and approval upon readers. It's a sign of doing something right and you feel the incentive of keep on doing it. Let's call it positive reinforcement. Time ago,...
by Adrienne Janet Farricelli 3 months ago
Asking here because I got a note from an editor to fix a few things in an article, but when I clicked reply, I got a Mailer Daemon reply. So here is my question: Why are Hubpages internal links no longer allowed? I was asked to remove all of them, when it the past they were allowed. I am now...
by AllieRambles 7 years ago
Do you tweet your Hub articles? If so, how often?
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