How do you change the pic that comes up on your hub to advertise your hub?
From my experience the image that is posted with the summary is the lead image of the Hub. It is a matter of programming. But, you can pin any image at Pinterest to advertise your article. Hope that helps . . .
A note is today with views greatly influenced by the growing trend of mobile users is to use full images with a Hub and not right indexed.
In my experience (and others have said the same), it's impossible on Facebook to pick the image you want shown. It seems that Facebook picks the image for you. Not sure why that happens.
by Glenn Waters 2 years ago
I cannot share my new hub on Facebook, it comes up page not found?https://hubpages.com/education/The-Burn … -Civil-WarI cannot share any of the photos on this to pinterestI tried the Debugger on Facebook and nothing works
by Mitch Alan 7 years ago
How can I change the picture that comes up with my link when I post it on FB walls etc?I first saved and published the Hub with a picture in the second capsule, but want to use the one I've added to the first capsule...any ideas?
by Rob Welsh 10 years ago
I know I'm supposed to know how to do this... but I'm really just a pup. I promise not to put fanatical pics in a thread
by Gareth Meredith 3 years ago
Hello, I tried to publish something today and my article stated that it was a duplicate and that it was ''unpublished'' and I can no longer try and get it published. The article is here:http://hubpages.com/education/Fluctuati … Black-HoleAny suggestions what is wrong?
by Dana Ayres 5 years ago
I published a hub on a short story written by James Baldwin. There is a pic within the hub of James Baldwin, along with other pics, namely one of W.E.B. Dubois, who is quoted in the hub. However, they have DuBois' pic up in the advertisement of the hub and not Baldwin's. Readers of the...
by shri2424 9 years ago
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