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Shades of Pinterest...
Side note to newbies: this could very well be a Twitter issue, not an HP issue.
Thanks for the report.
I don't recall us showing the twitter count in our implementation of that button, but as you stated, it appears Pinterest, Twitter, and Facebook all disable the counts (presumably on their end) in some cases.
My anecdotal evidence is that it is when they have periods of high traffic or it could be related to de-featuring the API under these high demand circumstances.
That all being said, I am doing some follow up on our end to see if there is maybe a way to address this going forward through how we implement the buttons.
I just confirmed that we did indeed deliberately remove the Twitter count in our implementation of that button.
I still have the twitter counter
but according to this
http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/Usin … d-Google-1
There should be a Google+ button, i don't have a Google+ share button on my articles only FB, Twitter, and Pinterest
I was thinking that was the reason. It does seem to cause a lag on some of my hubs.
Thanks for the quick response.
think twiter must have a specific content filtering or to many user log in
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