I noticed that hubpages offers by default the "share it" option so that the articles written can be submitted to sites as diggs, stumble upon, simpy. I submitted my articles to diggs and stumble upon and almost submitted one to simpy. However, Simpy clearly states that the site cannot be used to attract traffic and it will not allow to post continuos blogs as you publish them. I was wondering why then is simpy listed as an option under the share it tab?
Read the terms and conditions for Digg and Stumbleupon and they also tell you that you're not allowed to use them to attract traffic. The "Share It" option is there so that your readers can bookmark your article, not the author.
In practice, a lot of authors do Digg, Stumble or Simpy their own stuff. If you're going to do it, though, you have to be very careful - make sure your own material is only a very small portion of what you bookmark, because if you're found out, you could be banned.
Acutally, stumble will only allow about a dozen of hubpages be submitted by any 1 user. Once you're capped, someone else who has not reached this cap will need to submit for you. They won't ban you or anything, they just put a stop to the "new discoveries" Hope I did not confuse anybody.
Thanks for the insight. It is so hard to read (and understand) all their terms and conditions, I have posted a few hubs -about four- so I guess the key is not to submit too many?
I think the key is to understand how "normal" user uses particular site, and then you'll have an idea what you can get away with...
by Isabella Snow 10 years ago
Anyone else having trouble submitting a link?Ive tried from hubpages and from my own toolbar and neither take itWorked fine yesterday.
by Stacie Naczelnik 10 years ago
Okay, so I'm still new to this whole hub/stumble/diggit stuff. Most of what I know I've learned from my fellow hubbers. But, I submitted one of my hubs to stumble this afternoon, and I've had 101 views from them so far. Just thought I would share--pretty crazy.
by Trihorus 20 months ago
Hello Hubbers,I had submitted my hub to be considered for exemplore.com. The next day I received an email, saying that it was eligible for owlcation.com along with some recommendations to improve my hub. I did make the required changes and submitted the article for owlcation. I haven't heard from...
by William F Torpey 10 years ago
One of my hubs recently got a small flurry of hits from stumbleupon.com. Can someone tell me how and why that occurred on that hub -- and not on any other? Are you supposed to be signed up such groups to draw their readers?
by Rik Ravado 10 years ago
I find Stumbleupon great for boosting traffic but am nor sure how to add the HubPages tracker in my URL. - Any ideas?
by riotgrrrl 9 years ago
I have joined stumble upon, and i really love it!!But, how do i add my hubs to the site, so other people can stumble upon them?
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