Can anyone tell me why every time I publish a new hub share it with followers a message comes up saying 'It is not recommended that you share with followers.'
Eiddwen this has been discussed in a couple of threads earlier.. HP wants us to be careful about the way we use the share button... read this thread for the rest of the discussion http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/88948
These hubs are automatically shared, sending each one twice will only annoy your followers.
Eddy, I think when we publish a new hub it automatically gets posted in the feed and is shared with followers.
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