Sorry if this is already posted somewhere; I looked everywhere and did a hub search and can't find the answer.
How in the world do you get the pinterest, g+, facebook and twitter links at the top of your hubs? I've seen them on so many hubs and I can't for the life of me figure it out.
Thanks in advance!!!
purplmama : )
I think they're available on a few categories and not on others, also, may be visible when logged out?
They are shown on both of your hubs. Except I don't see a Pin It function.
How does that happen? Why would they show on some hubs but not others? Do you know why the pin it button wouldn't show? I'm on Pinterest.
I'm really not sure. I know the site just went live with the new layout across all hubs. I do see it on new hubs, but for some reason it is missing on yours. It could be a glitch, or if it doesn't appear in a day or so, you may need to post it in the report a technical problem forum. http://hubpages.com/forum/4
You have to enable Pinterest in Profile> Social Network Settings if you have not done this. Sometimes the HP system does not think your image is appropriate????
None of my hubs have the share option. The only way a pin option is visible is when I have clicked into a photo.
How about the share options?
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