I want to share my hubs with my friends on facebook. Do I have to post them to each friend individually? If yes then it is going to take a lot of time. Is there any other option?
Press the Like button at the top of your Hub Page article.
Choose the Share option at the bottom and decide whether to Share it to your Wall, or a friends wall, or a Group.
Mala below you hub there are vote up, vote down , share buttons... click on share , face book , log in, write a small intro inviting your friends... just a line would do and share.. when you share on your wall all your friends can read the hub, but do it sparingly. You could also share on your friends wall, but use it judiciously as you could be reported for spamming. Sharing on your page is more than sufficient. If your friends like your share they could in turn share the link with others.. takes just about a minute. Have fun!
EDIT - I do not use the FB option so much... nor do I share on the walls of my friends... I thought I ought to set the record straight.
I don't really care for the traffic form FB.. so I only post selective hub links there. Cheers!
Hub pages share my hubs and the hubs of others to one of my facebook accounts. As a businessman I have a fan page where I share not only my own but hubs written by others. I also post to two facebook groups who are authors who do it for the high PR ranked back link. I have found this can backfire if no one comments on the article or shares it beyond that wall.
My recommendation is start a group and invite those you would like to see your hubs there. Share the back linking ability of the group page with other writers and watch views and likes go up.
Oh, my area of expertise, social media marketing.
I share on my own wall, on my own page and in groups. I do not like people sharing their articles directly to my wall.
I usually share my latest hubs on Facebook. Right after publishing, I press the share button of FB. Just like UW, I share only on my own wall. Then my friends and relatives would share them, too, if they found them interesting.
It is sad that FB took their RSS feed off had a mourning period there for a bit and mentioned how baffled I was now I understand what I have to do but geezz post manually?
...if you share it in your status update box, all your friends and subscribers can see it on their news feed.
...but really, sharing it on most social media sites can be counterproductive or a waste of time. And friends might try and "help" by clicking adverts which could get banned for fraudulent clicks. Why not spend the time writing new material and using keywords and backlinks to get visitors from Search Engines.
Thanks to all of you for giving me valuable suggestions.
by Catherine Giordano10 months ago
I post my hubs on facebook, my own timeline and on relevant group paages. All my hubs are working normally except the newest. When I use the f button on the hub, it posts to my timeline, but without the blurb. When I...
by Glenn Stok5 years ago
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by Suzanne Day3 years ago
Just started up a community page for hubbers called "What The Hub?" for really cool hubs that deserve to see more likes on Facebook!Feel free to post your own or someone else's hub.★★★ POSTING RULES...
by b4murray6 years ago
I have never shared hubs on FB, because I havent told friends and family that I like to write. And I am a bit embarassed, not sure why probably b/c I dont have much confidence in my writing ability. But Should I because...
by Dee425 years ago
I've noticed something kinda weird, after I write something, I put it on Facebook, because I've worked hard on it, and letting everyone I know that I have written a new hub. Do they or even even disliked it or leave...
by Fiction Teller4 years ago
I've never had a hub go viral, so I have no idea what I'm talking about. All that qualifies me is that I regularly share and read "viral" material. As we look at alternatives to Google for traffic,...
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