I am finding ways to get back links to my hubs and thought that there may be social bookmarking/hubpage directories some hubbers might have put up.
I would like to get a few links to them! Thanks!
On each hub, next to vote up/down, you will find a "share" button, which makes it easy for you to share your hubs to several social bookmarking sites.
Thanks! I bookmarked them to my Firefox toolbar. I've just came back to hubbing after ages, and realized the potential of combining Hubpages with Squidoo and Blogger.
Keep it coming, people!
That's cool. I didn't know about those. I just signed up on HubSpin too.
Try rss feeds and publishing widgets to places like facebook and myspace...also try a website called widgetbox, it's awsome because of it's versatility when used to promote hubpages. Because the networking sites treat it as a news feed. But it's real power is with affiliate marketing. Try making an Amazon Widget them publish that to all the networking sites as well as your own hot,best and latest hubpages widgets.
You can share your hub on social networking websites this option is given in hubpages below the hub click on share
* Email to friends
* Share with followers
* Link to this page
you might want to check out the hubber, sunforged. he's a wealth of information.
As said above, you can use Share button. If you want to have more choice, you can try out RedGage, Mashbite and even more sites you can backlnk.
Hope this helps
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