How much does it help to share your hubs on other platforms like google plus,facebook etc.?
they help you increase your earnings due to the freinds found in these sites
The majority of my traffic comes from Facebook and Pinterest. While I do share my hubs, I think it's more important that they are shared by others. Having a great first image, and a good title, can help that along.
My opinion is that if you want to make money at this, you need to treat it like a job. Networking is part of the job of writing; they go hand in hand. If you don't care about the money though, then why waste time networking?
by Peg Cole 20 months ago
Linkedin claims to be the world's largest professional network with 400 million connections. Why not make it easy for us to share our work there? Is this possible? BTW, I miss the Google Plus share button, too.
by freecampingaussie 5 years ago
Do you hit Like on facebook when reading other peoples hubs ? Did you know this can help you ?Did you know that it will help you by promoting other peoples hubs and do you share ? I like to share hubs I enjoy and love it when I see mine have been shared !
by Ellen 5 years ago
Okay, this is why I dreaded the coming changeover -- Google authorship was working just fine under the old format, but the new profile page won't recognize my Google profile URL because I have an old Google member profile.Which works just fine with Google authorship, but Hubpages' new profile...
by Nithya Venkat 5 years ago
If a total stranger follows you on Google plus, Twitter or Facebook, what do you do?Do you follow or not?
by kelleyward 6 years ago
Just wondering if it is spamming to submit your hubs to the same social networking sites more than once? For example, if you wait a week or so between and you are trying to get your hub more traffic can you submit it again to Twitter or Facebook? Or is this a bad idea. Also if so then how long...
by v.sridhar36 7 years ago
How much does a person earn when he has 300 hubs? Share some experience on it.
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