Adding social network to your hub is really easy.
Just move your cursor over your profile name on the toolbar.
A drop down menu appears. On that click on "my account"
Click in " Profile". A menu to edit your profile opens.
Now scroll down. You can find facebook, pinterest, Google+, twitter, Linkedin and website.
Copy paste the links to your respective social network profiles.
" Now social networks are added to your profile,"
by Dorsi Diaz 10 years ago
I'm wondering who uses MySpace or other sites to promote your Hubs? And what is the best way to go about doing that?I got some success by sharing my hubs with friends the last couple days by email- but I'd really like to build a nice strong network and somehow tie it all together with my hubs here,...
by Dr. Zia Ahmed 6 years ago
Is posting your hubs on social networks make more viewership?Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and g+ are social networking site. How posting to these site make difference to your hubs in terms of viewership and earnings.
by BlissfulWriter 5 years ago
How many social networks are you on?How many social networks you have accounts to and how many you actually use on a regular basis?
by Sondra Rochelle 5 years ago
I have consistently heard that hubs need "time" to mature. I do not quite understand this concept because some hubs do well right out of the gate, while others languish forever and never gain ground. Anybody?
by carol stanley 6 years ago
http://carol7777.hubpages.com/hub/Astro … mbinationsThis is the ONLY hub that will not show photo on social networks and on Bio page in hubpages.
by Brittanie Pervier 5 years ago
Should your profile be the same on different social networks and websites?On different websites and social networking sites do you think it is important to have the same profile picture and bio or should it be different on each page? Do you think this makes a difference when it comes to...
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