Recent hubs have both extolled the benefits of sharing hubs and pointed out the disadvantages.
Positive: Hubbers become better known and their articles may reach more readers.
Negative: Hubbers' inboxes become so full of recommendations that they may become irritated and even block many of the shares.
I want to share all the good things that I come across ~ but I don't want to become a nuisance
What are your thoughts?
To share or not to share?
(Of course, if people share everything that they come across, regardless of quality, then this is the equivalent of spam. This is a problem, but it is not what I am thinking about here.)
If you share a quality hub which you think others will enjoy and benefit from then yes sharing is good. I share but not everything I read just the best. Other peoples shares have also benefited me as I have read things I probably wouldn't have come across.
Most of my followers enjoy the topics I write about, so if I run across a hub that fits in, I share and would expect the same.
Like anything else in life: use common sense! If you share too much, you are a spammer, I think. Some Hubbers jump on quickly to "read" a Hub, jump right off, say something like "great", then share that Hub. Then they go straight to the author and ask to follow them.
There have been Hubs written on just how to do this in order to get page views and followers. I personally resent it!
I share, but like Dale said, only if I think my followers will enjoy the Hub. If it's a really good Hub I will share on FB, too.
by Rajan Singh Jolly 6 years ago
How many hubs should one share at the most for it not to appear as spamming to one's followers?Do you sahare hubs everyday? How many hubs do you share on a daily basis?
by carol stanley 6 years ago
How many hubs of other writers should you share a day?Is there a number of hubs that is too many to share of other hub writers? I know we should not share our own often.
by carol stanley 5 years ago
Do you always share a new hub with your followers? How many of your own hubs should you share?Is there a specific number of times that you should share your own hubs with the Share button?
by Mark Shulkosky 6 years ago
How often do you share Hubs you read with your followers?If I read a quality Hub, well written, enjoyable or informative, I usually share it with my followers. I do not share every Hub I read. How often do you share Hubs with your followers? Do you read the Hubs that are shared...
by Kevin W 5 years ago
I've noticed a lot of people share their own hubs, is there a particular reason for this? Or is it just trying to revive a hubs traffic that has fallen/extra traffic?
by Dee42 6 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 encouraging words? Nope...nothing....zip, zero. I'm not sure if they know...
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