I have a page in Facebook and I would like every time I post a hub the url to show on Facebook. Any suggestions?
if you have a facebook account,then immediately you publish a hub,it will take you to share it,you will see facebook,twitter etc,just login to your facebook account and you click submit.
Go to your facebook account, click on the applications tab in the bottom left corner. Click on the notes. Edit the settings to import your rss feed from your latest posts it will look like this:
and that's all you have to do. Every time you publish a hub it will auto post a link and the first photo of your hub on your profile page.
I am attempting to make this work, I have the rss address correct, I can see the notes section in my facebook, but I can't locate the settings portion.
Would you have further time to expand your answer on this?
Thank you guys.I will try that.
In fact I want the hub to be published not on my personal profile but on my business page. Do I have to follow the same pattern? As I remember when I signed up for Hubpages I put in the form a link to my personal account in Facebook. After that I couldn't find place and replace that link with the one of my business page.
Facebook also provides a way to link your hubpages or anything else. You can view in the right top.... Link ...
Just put URL of your hubs there.
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