I think it's a great way to tell others what is going on. It is also good for whoring your new posts.
LOL! I love tweeting! I'm actually sort of addicted. I love seeing what my followers are doing, and keep up with the news of who's writing new stuff. Once you get to know people there, it's a great place to let people know what's going on with your website or other writings. I get a lot of hits on my website from tweeting, and a lot of nice comments too.
It's sort of unreliable at present, due to the open API thing, but they're working on fixing that. I did a blog post on it.
by smanty6 years ago
I have never Tweeted my articles and I feel as though that may be a problem. I know I can do better with views, but I just need to know where to post my links. I need to generate more organic backlinks and I am thinking...
by Bovine Currency7 years ago
Just a wondering if anyone is big on twitter? I am just getting into it now. I am a bit slow I guess...
by Alfreta Sailor6 years ago
Can someone please me why I can't Tweet my latest hub? I've never had trouble before. After I Tweet the hub, I try to go back and find it, but it takes me to a page that says it doesn't exist.
by Jose Juan Gutierrez5 years ago
I have been posting my hubpages articles on twitter for the last three months on a daily basis. I calculate approximately 100 hundred times each of my last ten articles, but that doesn´t show up in my traffic sources...
by Aficionada6 years ago
I got a bump up in pageviews on one Hub today and saw that it was traffic sent by "search dot conduit dot com." I had never heard of that, but when I investigated, I saw that it is operated by...
by Anusha Jain8 days ago
Has anyone tried Alexa? For researching which websites are doing well, what percentage of site's traffic is organic? Which keywords are getting that traffic?
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