When you choose "Tweet" after just posting a new hub, HP helpfully transcribes many characters to their escape sequence equivalents.
Unfortunately, many characters should NOT be translated and end up showing in Twitter incorrectly. Of course that is really a Twitter problem, but it is probably better just not to do any encoding.
I haven't noticed a problem in Facebook.
by crawlingsurface 9 years ago
Guys this may sound dumb but where do I paste the code for twitter widget
by apeksha 9 years ago
please tell me the significance of adding or shearing hubs on face book or twitting those on twitter and in face book I have a problem to drag "Share on face book " to book marks how these both works .I have accounts on both and also have problem on twitter to place profile picture It is...
by John Coviello 5 weeks ago
Just wondering what sites Hubbers use to promote their articles? I have seen a lot of changes over the years with some sites no longer allowing links in forums or comments, and some article sharing sites just going away. I primarily use Facebook and Twitter these days to share my...
by jkchandra 3 years ago
How do you share your Hubpage link on facebook or twitter...Do you have to paste the URL on to your friend's share/comment box....
by Susie Lehto 3 years ago
"Techo" Matt,This has been happening for some time on all of my hubs.When I open a Text Capsule and copy and paste content in, it does not show the text until I hit Save. EXAMPLE:I published a poetry hub today and had the title in the content I pasted into the text...
by Dr Ken Romeo 8 years ago
Social marketing seems to be all the rage these days. What was once just a cool way to stay in touch with your friends is now the topic of college courses and high priced seminars.Does a success story really exist where a company with a virtually nill marketing budget launched a product or service...
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