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.
Did you try to insert a tracker? That could be the problem if the tracker doesn't work. At least you're checking your tweets to see if they work!
If not a tracker problem, then I don't know. Maybe try again.
EDIT: I just tweeted it for you and it works.
Thank you rebekahELLE, I just realized what I was doing wrong, I didn't put the pound sign between the last word and the tags. Thank you for tweeting it for me, you're too kind.
Hi fastfreta try to put a space between the url and the #hashtag it separates the 2. Then if you click on the hashtag you can see what others have tweeted using the same tag. If you do youlinkthen#hastag the 2 aren't separate and the tag is included in the url. Try it if you like but this is typically the way to tweet.
#tag[space]your link and sentence
your link and sentence[space]#tag
I've tried tweeting out hub and Twitter keeps giving me an error, in accessing the site. I've tried twice now. I'm going to give it some more time, before I attempt again.
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