I'm interested in knowing how to get one's hubs into a Tag Fan Club. For example, if I write a humourous hub, how can I be sure that it will be flagged to members of the club? Are there certain tags I must use to achieve this? (Ditto with other TFCs)
Whatever Hubs are tagged with a particular tag will be made available to the fans of that tag. You also get to see who else joins that fan club.
OK, so if I tag my humorous tags with "Humor" (American spelling) that should do the trick? I'll give it a go!
by J Antonio Marcelino 6 years ago
Should I change over to the new Profile design? Why or Why not?So I was looking at the recently published hubs of topics I follow and saw this (see attached image) change. It says that the change over is permanent once accepted. For those currently using it? What are some of the...
by hot dorkage 10 years ago
Practice that I find deplorable someone fans you hoping that you'll come read some of their hubs and comment and maybe even fan them, then after they get what they want they drop you. They want to have lots of fans but be a fan of only a few I guess. In your hubtivity it doesn't show...
by haydengomes 6 years ago
Your one Activity to Increase traffic to your HubWould like to know what was that one activity from your experience which has led to an increase in traffic to either a particular hub or a group of hubs. I've read enough hubs to know what could be done but I'm really interested in knowing what has...
by Liz Elias 2 years ago
I'm familiar with the new protocol, whereby it is preferable to use "anchor text" for links instead of a link capsule. That's fine. However, I'm editing a couple of older hubs that need to be merged into one. In one of them, there are several links within the text, and I...
by Susan Ng Yu 10 years ago
What happens when you quit someone's fan club? Does it appear in the hubtivity? "Blah quit Blah's fan club." Will the person know you've quit his fan club?
by Eileen Hughes 11 years ago
What does tag fan clubs mean. What do we do and what help is it.Just curious.
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