Do you often share hub links on Facebook or twitter? Is this perceived as spam & a turn-off?
Do you share your hubs on Facebook and twitter?
How do you avoid turning off people, who might then simply choose to take you off their list?
I like to post my hubs on Facebook, but it always feels odd promoting myself to my friends, so I don't do it every time.
Only if I've got one that I find particularly funny or interesting.
I do so sparingly. I got a friend ask me one time what all these links were about when I was posting each and every article,so i figured some people do not really read links.When I think its a good one to share with my Facebook friends,I write a good ,relevant comment to go with it-seems to work better that way
Yes i do share my hub links on facebook and twitter. But for you not to start losing your fans or followers, then you must be creative enough and make sure you're sharing content that is relevant to your fans or followers. So be unique and share hubs that’s exclusive to your Facebook audience and twitter followers and that's the only way you would be seen as a genuine member and not those spamming unaware public.
Yes of course i do and i get up with a great way to do autumaticly post my hubs into facebook - twitter - hellotxt- linkedin
and u can find this way and do it at my hubs
http://girgismcs.hubpages.com/hub/How-t … -your-site
I always post my Hubs on Facebook and Twitter. The only two other links I have to possible readers.
I don't have my own website and I don't blog anywhere else. My friends on Facebook 'like' my Hubs and post comments to it on Facebook.
They know I like writing and I have 50 friends only. Special friends instead of a long list of wannabee friends. They don't see it as spamming:-)
by surf traveler 11 years ago
I joined up with Hubpages a week ago, originally just to build links to a website I started 2 months ago. Now I'm enjoying Hubpages and the freedom to write about other topics that interest me and have adsense and amazon earnings as well.As for promoting websites, I haven't used Facebook or Twitter...
by Stephanie Rivera-Rios 9 years ago
Do you or anyone you know NOT have a Facebook or Twitter nowadays because they choose not to?Everyone nowadays has a Facebook or Twitter -- myself included. So who doesn't?
by jkchandra 6 years ago
How do you share your Hubpage link on facebook or twitter...Do you have to paste the URL on to your friend's share/comment box....
by malikwahajahmed 10 years ago
How many hours do you spend using facebook or twitter in a day?What is the influence of social media in your life
by jkchandra 9 years ago
My Twitter account is @JohnnyF89 Thought I'd ask because I've noticed many published hubs that recommend the use of Twitter to help you with Hubpages.
by How? 10 years ago
How to promote my hubs..... I really want to increase number of people who see them?
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