When I click on it, it just says "Hub shared!". But what happens with the hub? Where does it show up for my followers? How did I share it?
I never noticed that before.
It can't be that it just adds it to the stuff that gets send out in email, because that happens automatically, I think.
I think I'd be leery of that one until we know what it does. I don't want to be annoying people with extra notifications!
I can't find anything in the learning center that addresses it. The intent may be that if I read YOUR hub, I can share it with MY followers and that clicking it on your own hub is meaningless?
I think it means that all the naked pictures on your desktop are emailed to everyone you know!
your followers get an email notification that you have published a new hub.
I think it does. That's the email we get every morning about 'New hubs by your favorite authors". I don't think you have to do anything but hit Publish for it to be in that.
Well, not sure.
But one thing for sure is that you can share again if you wish. I mean you can re-share using that option. Many a times I get notification about a much older hub that means the author has shared the hub again. First time after being published the hubs may be shared automatically but for sharing again you can certainly use share with followers option. At least new followers get notified then if not including the ones that have been notified already.
I think feed update is automated, it appears even if you don't share. not?
sure - hubs publish to the feed when they are brand new and just published , they also share to the feed when you hit the share with followers button
might be good to notify followers when you make an update or edit
and yes, if you share another hubbers hub it will show up in your feed for your followers to see.
its all about the feed ( . )
For the heck of it, I just did that on an older hub I have recently updated.
I do not see it in http://hubpages.com/feed. Not yet, anyway.
i think thats somehow related to the same issue that has stalled hubtivity for the last 8 hours.
there is no question about what the share with followers feature does.
I'm sure that's it, though everything else is showing up there.
Didn't somebody get upset with you a few months back because you had updated something and pushed it to the feed? A "follower" who apparently didnt really want to know anything? I forget the details, but it seemed very silly of them.
by WoodsmensPost 8 years ago
I didn't think this was allowed and it is rather annoying spamming a link to one article every couple hours.
by Stacy Harris 7 years ago
What happens when you click Share with Followers on an older hub?I am going back and working out some of the bugs on some of my older hubs. Trying to make them better. What happens when you click the share button, and then click Share with Followers. I did that, but I can't tell what happens. The...
by carol stanley 5 years ago
Do you always share a new hub with your followers? How many of your own hubs should you share?Is there a specific number of times that you should share your own hubs with the Share button?
by Cagsil 7 years ago
Hey Hubpages Staff,I've been a member for 15 months now and have been told countless times that "Share with Followers" is NOT to be used by the author of a hub.Then why is it that the FEED is loaded with Hubbers promoting their own work?
by Giselle Maine 7 years ago
While I understand that hubbers might occasionally want to share some of their own hubs with their followers, it can be frustrating to see multiple 'old' hubs shared by their owner when looking at the 'feed'. I'd like to suggest that HubPages limits the ability to do this to a certain number...
by Rajan Singh Jolly 6 years ago
How many hubs should one share at the most for it not to appear as spamming to one's followers?Do you sahare hubs everyday? How many hubs do you share on a daily basis?
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