Just a tweet and a Facebook like button for my hub. Cummon! It's time we demanded our right. Let Hubpages make the work of publicizing our content through social media easier by putting every damn button right where it should be!!!!
You have the right- to promote your hubs any way you choose. Why should HP do your work?
Dah! Help me! let them give me the freedom to tweak my hubpages and I will do it (add all the social sharing icons) without a sheen of grudge. I need to be able to share my posts in all the popular social networks without going through a long and tedious process.
The links should be on your profile page so you can share all your work. I also believe there is a share button at the bottom of each hub.
There use to be a button "e-mail to a friend" which was giving us the possibility to share not only our own work, but also interesting hubs written by others. For whatever reason (not a good one for sure) the button disappeared and now the only remaining option is Facebook or Tweeter
Hub Pages has a way to come up with "improvements" that make no sense
Well said Petrah, And not that even the Facebook "Like" does much. We need a revolution in here.
by Christin Sander 4 years ago
I went to share a fellow hubbers hub and had to hunt for the buttons in order to share. There were at the very bottom of the right hand side. Then I checked one of my own hubs - all the way at the bottom. Not helpful, especially when many of us rely primarily on social media for...
by Emma 7 years ago
Which Social sharing Platform is best?Which social sharing platform do you find receives and provides views best for your HubPages articles?
by KV Lo 17 months ago
I've had multiple requests from my readers to offer more social sharing options (i.e. Twitter, Mix, Tumblr, Flipboard, etc) so they can more easily share my articles. I think if we make it easier for readers to share articles, we'll all benefit from more traffic from a wider variety of social media...
by Victoria Lynn 5 years ago
This is awful. The new sharing buttons are fine, and they were great on the side of the hub where they were very visible. Even at the bottom of the hub would be fine. But at the top? Our hubs are sure to get fewer shares with the sharing buttons in this location. How many readers are going to read...
by Dr. John Anderson 5 years ago
'SHORT-CUTS' - An idea!The success of Bubblews, despite the payments issues etc. has showcased the opportunity for short articles shared internally within a community. HP has Q&A and the Forums but community involvement has declined IMO, I think for various reasons, as well, Q&A has...
by Lisa 2 years ago
I'd like to see the social sharing buttons to always be on top instead of them popping up after you scroll through half of the article… Also, is there a way to change the color of the icon buttons? They are all orange, and they don't really stand out- i.e.; The Facebook icon should be blue,...
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