When I first publish a hub, I tweet it maybe twice a day for a few days. With that last hub, I'm trying to get hubbers to support me and vote for an art competition, so I'm tweeting it considerably more!
I tweet some, but not all of my articles. If the topic has an active hashtag associated with it I usually tweet it.
I tweet whenever I publish a new hub, minimum 2 times a week. I don't want my twitter account to be full of HubPagesDotCom only.!!
just once every time I post one, I post my tumblr articles more
I actually have never considered meeting my hubs until today. I think I may try it out in a couple of days to see how it goes. I don't really use my Twitter account though, and have not used it for multiple months.
I am not into tweet yet ... but I think the way Google recommending social media and all ... I think I need to implement in my hub work soon.
Thanks for reminder.
I don't do it. I don't want to annoy some of my followers....
Every time I open one of my own hubs for a modification I tweet that hub and I also ping the hub. In fact I just tweeted this answer.
I always tweet new articles. You should get a bit of an organic boost,.
I always tweet - I want my contacts to pick up my musings if they like - how else would they know?
Wow! Thanks everyone. I really got some incite on how to use Hubpages.
I do tweet mine, when I remember to. I always worry whether or not people take hubs serious, that is why I asked the question. It seems they do.
Have a great day!
I haven't yet but I cans ee there might be merit in doing so.
I've tweeted all except 1 of my hubs. And I'll probably tweet that one soon.
I tweet every time that I publish a hub. I actually have two Twitter accounts. One is my personal account that I also tweet hubs on and the other I just share random, cool stuff that I find on the internet and my hubs.
Once at least and for certain articles once a month. It depends on the subject.
i feel like no one really reads my tweets.. do you get a lot of click throughs from twitter?
I tweet some of them. However, I don't really think it leads to people reading my Hubs.
I tweet all my hubs but due to the amount of tweets someone might get it's comon practise to tweet more than once for the same article.
Not yet. I'm trying to post my tweet over here while I prepare my website.
I do not tweet them right now. This is because I dont have a twitter account with a lot of members on it. So it is kind of pointless. Plus it changes the link so link building is out of the question. Twitter is a popularity thing like myspace and facebook when it comes to advertising things.
I tweet my hubs and blog articles. It helps with link juice as Twitter keeps the links in a database as a link back to your HubPage or Blog.
If you look at your Webmaster Tools on Google you'll see that Twitter links back to your site.
It also helps with real-time search as Google consistently crawls Twitter as part of its real-time search results.
I do tweet my hubs but i do not specify number of times to tweet
Yes, but I only Tweet when my hubs start falling off. Really works, a few hours later my hubs are much higher. Too keep things interesting, I also Tweet other hubs of importance.
I do tweet my Hubs as soon as they are posted and live. I regularly check my tweets and re-tweet them.
I have a nice following on Twitter, so yes, I do tweet my hubs. Probably not as much as I should, though.
I tweet all my hubs & some of my favorites hubs are treated special as i tweet them daily
by Ceres Schwarz 8 years ago
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by 6hotfingers3 9 years ago
Where do you find good ideas for pictures taken for your hub articles?
by Aalok Verma 10 years ago
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by Cory Zacharia 12 years ago
Hi everyone, Perhaps someone has already covered this topic. If so, I apologize.I'm pretty active in Facebook but have never tweeted except to say, "I taught I taw a putty tat." I've linked to my hubs in Facebook and must admit, when I do so my page views spike somewhat but I can't...
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