I am sure I missed something, my apologies. But what happen to the Google share button? I am really missing it. Anyway to bring it back permanently? All I get to show up, when I read a hub is either twitter or this PinIt. I'm a facebook and google gal, I don't want to join another social networking site, I don't want to join PinIt. Am I alone in this? If so, I understand the majority rules but, I sure did enjoy having options, especially more than one PinIt option. And, what happen to the blogger share option, at the end of hubs that allows us to forward hubs to our followers? I was putting links to other peoples hubs, on my blogger page the time.
I love sharing great articles. I may not comment a lot, so I'll never be a great commentator, but I always share, share, and share great hubs all across the Internet either by Dig, Stumblr, Google, Facebook, Twitter, my two personal blogging sites, etc... When it is as easy as clicking a button, why not? I think sharing is the greatest compliment of all to give someone's hub. Taking away blogger and the google share button, has really had a negative effect on me. For what it is worth, I thought I would share this response. Thank you.
Well it is a strange thing.... It doesn't always show up in every hub and it doesn't appear in the mobile format. I am beginning to think it is a software code glitch. Maybe I have discovered a bug in the system. Because I am the mobile format now... And no Google share button.
Google does not display the button in mobile environments.
Do you know anything about the blog button being missing?
Jason I think she meant the Blogger button. I feel the same way. I used it quite a lot, now it's just a hassle to do it manually since I have quite a few blogs to monitor.
I noticed that the "Blogger" share button was gone a little while ago now. Maybe a couple of weeks at this point? I've lost track, but I think it's been at least over one week. Never saw a word about it.
by Mike Pugh 6 years ago
What happened to the facebook sharing button? anyone know?First we lost the Google+ button, and now the Facebook one, whats next, yikes all the sharing features are slowly but sure disappearing it seems, here on hubpages. Does anyone know whats going on with them cool buttons.
by Marissa 6 years ago
Some of us (or more than some...) are using Google+ for pages. Would it be possible to add a Google+ share link where we already share on Twitter, Facebook, etc or should we continue to use "Link to this page"?
by Sharooq Farzeen A K 4 years ago
The social network share button in hubs is too small for people to notice.I feel that if it is made larger more people can like/share our hubs,given they like it.
by Shyron E Shenko 23 months ago
What happened to the share button, where Hubbers could share other's hubs with each other?There use to be a share button on each hub, and it is no longer there.
by Sam Montana 21 months ago
Just wondering why the Twitter share button no longer shows on articles?
by Peg Cole 2 years ago
Linkedin claims to be the world's largest professional network with 400 million connections. Why not make it easy for us to share our work there? Is this possible? BTW, I miss the Google Plus share button, too.
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