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Do you also notice it? Change in HubPages presentation style.
I just logged in to hubpages and witnessed some difference. Now the right side of your hub features along with your profile picture, 3 or 4 other topics of your hubs. And at bottom right hand side, 3 or 4 other related hubs or topics on other sites. This is a good development made by our administration.
Uhh!!! I missed one point. Where are the share buttons? This is too bad.
Some of us have not been able to see any social sharing buttons on our hubs and others can..
Why some are forbidden? I do not understand the point.
It has something to do with pixels or screen width. Here is the forum thread that Marina started and she explains some issues like the share buttons. It is a mess as far as I am concerned.
I just posted it on my status last night. I beat you to it. They're on the left side of the hub.
One thing I do not like is this: no link for face book, so I have to manually do this myself. I get a lot of readership on face book. They still kept the twitter link, which is helpful to me. I can take or leave the featured blogs because I just put links on my face book page, so people can read my blog. When they do not feature, your page, even after you check for typos, it's their subjective opinion only. The ones they often do not like are the ones people like the most and often are my most creative and thought provoking blogs. I think they are really into selling ads to advertisers and that is it. If you do spiritual blogs, you are doing it for other reasons. Printed books give you a better economic return.
by dellea4 years ago
I haven't been in HP for a spell because work has kept me so busy for the past few weeks. Upon my return to publish a new hub, I finished my work and included my usual (and short) copyright notice in a text capsule....
by OSBERT JOEL C3 years ago
New superb share buttons replaces the old share buttons. These include share buttons of facebook, google plus, twitter, pinterest and hubpages.
by Glenn Stok14 months ago
I noticed tonight that the Flipboard share button is missing on all hubs. I checked a few niche sites and they are all missing. It doesn't matter if you're logged in or not. In addition, the problem I reported a few...
by Marina2 years ago
Hi everyone! We just rolled out an updated Hub design. Read about it in today's blog post. Report any issues or bugs here. Updates:- (5/5/15, 12:31pm PDT) Previous / Next is fixed. Thanks for your patience!
by Crystal Tatum4 years ago
Do you include a copyright notice in your articles? Why or why not?I never do this, but I see that a lot of folks on here do. Just wondering what the opinions are out there.
by Ryan Hupfer8 years ago
As jimmythejock was quick to pick up on a few days ago (man, he's good!), we have been working hard on coming up with a new overall look and feel for HubPages and in the process we've also added a few cool, new features...
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