Is there a way to know if someone's shared your hub on a social media site?
Click on your HP name at the top of the page in black. Once the drop down menu appears click on (my account).
You should see statistics highlighted near the top and towards the left. Move towards the right and click on "Traffic Sources".
You should see a list of all the traffic sources or websites readers have come across your hubs. You won't be able to tell (who) it was or if they shared it to that site. However you'll know which sites people have used.
At Google plus, I can see my hubs shared by others. Also, at Twitter and FB. Then at Stumbleupon, I get notifications that my articles are shared too
by Laustk 6 years ago
In my book HubPages needs a total makeover! First of all they need to get rid of their useless staff, who let's personal extreme orthodox and conservative ideologies rule their worktime and harrassing of their users. How many of your articles have been banned so far and did HubPages also give you a...
by Brie Hoffman 15 months ago
There is a new social media site where you can post articles and photo's called steemit.com and you can make a good amount of money on it.
by rroberts1 5 years ago
Why is it cheating when you talk to an ex on a social media site?Is it cheating if you use social media to talk to a high school sweetheart when your married or in a relationship?
by jeanniedoe 6 years ago
What social media site do you often use? Is it Facebook, Twitter, my space. etc., and why?
by Julie Grimes 7 years ago
What is the best way to promote your blog or hubs when using a social media site?Is there a correct way to using Twitter, Facebook, or any other social media site for full optimization and strategic marketing with fast and effective results?
by Audrey Hunt 3 years ago
Do you use social media to bring traffic to your hubs? What are your favorites?
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