How often do you social bookmark your hubs? Do you social bookmark them all the time? Do you pick favorite ones to social bookmark? I have been going back into some hubs and editing a little bit. And I am choosing to social bookmark more of the newer stuff. I'm not sure if I am going to social bookmark all the stuff.
I have a niche and page on Facebook just for that niche. I have just over 100 followers, which for Facebook isn't very many. Whenever I post a page from here to Facebook about the niche, I get over 100 followers visiting, plus many share the link with their Facebook friends.
If you are just sharing on your personal account, people get bored with too many posts and then they don't even look at them. You need to be sure that it is either fantastic or something that would really interest them.
I do Twitter, Google+ and Facebook, but my society isn't biting!
There have been enumerable posts that +1'ing your own work is a major, screaming no-no. I, for one, believe those posts.
I'll have to find those posts. It might be an anti-Google thing.
Posting to Google+ is not the same as doing a +1
Never now after 29 months of wasting my time in these ridiculous sites I learned one thing, if you want to represent your work on a site that prioritizes friends we don't know, your not doing your work justice. Facebook is toxic and smutty, Twitter is useless and stumbleupon is my favourite site but is to fast paced to get any attention, reddit please, blogging, or blogger they are all the same, yawn
I ask you keep posting here and take notes of how much traffic your getting from there-that should be the determining factor of any site you post to.
Just an opinion
Have a nice evening
Most social networking sites bring low quality traffic and no quality backlinks, so never.
I used to do it a lot, but it is of no use now. I simply just Digg and tweet it. It is better to create you own blog and post article teasers there.
by jfay2011 6 years ago
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by David 470 7 years ago
I was wondering how often a hub should be social bookmarked and if my internet history is deleted i do not know which hubs I bookmarked. I don't want to be considered a spammer. How many hubs do you guys bookmark at a given time and do you usually bookmark the low traffic or high or?
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