Where can I find the link/url for the public bookmarks?
Can a visitor see/access them?
Do you mean for social bookmarking?
Heres a hub by Hal L.:
http://hubpages.com/hub/The-Top-Social- … gh-Traffic
No Rochelle. Here at HP we have a bookmark tab. Here is the link. http://hubpages.com/my/bookmarks
I was talking about that.
The bookmarks you have for HubPages are not public bookmarks, but you can make them public if you so choose.
I know we have that-- I use mine. It was the "public" part that confused me.
I know that Cagsil. But where is the link to the public bookmarks? That is my question. How will a visitor access them?
Hey SunSeven, if you want to make your bookmarks public, then go to the hubs in your bookmarks, go to each hub and then bookmark them in the GOOGLE toolbar. You can setup GOOGLE's toolbar to share your bookmarks with the general public.
At least, I do believe it can be done that way. Plus, iGOOGLE homepage can help you share almost anything you want.
We dont have public bookmarks.
You want something like stumbleupon!
Cagsil, I dont think you understood my question.
Why is it public bookmarks, if no one else is able to see them? If it really is public bookmarks, where is the link to it?. Of course I can see my public bookmarks when I am logged in. How do I see others' public bookmarks? How do a visitor see the public bookmarks on HP? Right now I can't find a link to that page. Is it meant to be so? or just a misnomer?
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