I know it's possible. Every time I write an article it appears on Facebook, but how?
Well, you could theoretically do this using FriendFeed, but that would only add updates to the app associated to your Facebook profile.
That said, I don't recommend automating social media sharing. It's a dead giveaway to your followers to ignore everything you post ^_^;;
Hello all - there is something called "networked blogs" on facebook. . . .and I believe that all of my hubs show up there. I never look at it, and I have my own groups (too many, really) on facebook that I share my hubs in, and YOUR hubs in. I do know of some other netfolk who aren't hubpages folk that do sometimes view my hubs via networked blogs on facebook - this shows up in my traffic stats.
So, search facebook for "networked blogs" and add that app, or whatever it is, submit your hubpages profile url, or perhaps your feed url ( I can't recall how I did it, or what info networked blogs asked me for) - and that would then basically be a feed from your Hubpages account on facebook. The problem is that someone would have to subscribe to your networked blog to see it from there.
Really - the best thing going on Facebook for sharing hubs is the million and one Facebook groups.
Anyone can create their own facebook group, and be administrator over it, or . . .make administrators over the group out of a dozen or more friends, like I did with my "article and blog sharing group."
Groups on Facebook are fascinating. I'm trying to analyse how they work, why they sometimes just fizzle out, and how to create and maintain an ever growing and active group.
by Glenn Stok 6 years ago
I think it would be useful to have a column added to the statistics page that shows the total number of shares for each hub (Tweets and Facebook likes). There is not enough room to add two columns. So this could be a sum of all tweets and all Facebook likes in one column labeled "Shares"....
by Giselle Maine 6 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 Michelle Zunter 2 years ago
Curious to know if anyone in the community shares their hubs on Facebook? And if so, has it helped to promote your hubs? Thanks
by Carolee Samuda 6 years ago
Dear staff, is there anything that can be done to the feed where I can choose not to receive notice of hubs shared by other hubbers? There are people who share every hub they read. If I want to read a hub or follow someone I will. I don't need to see all those hubs of people I don't even know in my...
by Mary McShane 3 years ago
If you have noticed your traffic decreasing lately on some of your hubs, this Facebook page is copying content from several hubbers and publishing it on their FB page. The Facebook page is called OHealth atwww .facebook .com /pages ...
by John Coviello 5 years ago
I understand that HubPages makes a lot of changes, and not ones we always agree with but are for the best, but I don't understand their rationale for getting rid of the link buttons at the buttom of Hubs that Hubbers could use to easily post their Hubs to sites like Digg & StumbleUpon? Why did...
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