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What are some ways to use Twitter, Facebook, and a blog simultaneously to build

  1. grinnin1 profile image82
    grinnin1posted 6 years ago

    What are some ways to use Twitter, Facebook, and a blog simultaneously to build links to Hubpages?

  2. ChristinS profile image94
    ChristinSposted 6 years ago

    You don't want to be "spammy" with social media.  That being said, it's ok to post a link to your new hub when you first publish it.  I do this.  As for twitter, you can do some self-promotion there as well, but you want to also share others tweets and post things that are not purely self-promotional.  People will ignore your tweets if all you do is post links to your own hubs etc. 

    As for your blog, you can link blog posts back to your hubs if they are complimentary but don't link to things that have nothing to do with each other.  For example I could link by gluten free food list website to a hub I have on gluten free ingredients to avoid, but I shouldn't put a link on a quilting hub etc.

    Your backlinks need to be relevant to each other.  You can also submit your blog to search engines and I highly recommend placing the hubpages widget on your blog/websites.  I get a lot of traffic through the widget.

  3. Bretsuki profile image77
    Bretsukiposted 6 years ago

    Hello you can use the share button on Hubs to Tweet, or share a link to Facebook, or Blog This to your blog.

    I have found using my Blog however, that traffic often goes from HubPages to my Blog.

    You can use your blog to ad more information to yor hub and also build links to Hubs which have related content.

    Be careful of just copying content to a Hub or Blog that can hurt you, in search engines and readership, no reader wants to go from one site to another for exactly the same information.

    You can also add an RSS feed easily to your Hub and Blog, the easiest form is your Widget on your hubpage profile. Just copy the HTML and put it on your Blog.

    Link your Blog RSS to your individual hubs by using the RSS Feed Capsule.

    Hope these ideas help.

  4. drspaniel profile image88
    drspanielposted 6 years ago

    By sharing all of your hubs that you've created, along with some of you followers hubs, you will both see a large increase of viewer-ship, and possibly a good increase in the amount of referral you will gather. In terms of using them simultaneously, there might be a plug-in or application which posts your links all at the same time. However you can really just use the easy system that Hubpages already has implemented.

 
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