by Marissa 6 years ago
What is Pinterest? How is it beneficial to us?I noticed a few of my hubs are being shared on Pinterest, even though I can't find them there when I look. Is this a good site to share our (or other) hubs?
by Aikonia 5 years ago
Do you use Pinterest? If yes, what do you like about it? What the best and worst?Thinking about using this for a site I'm building. Twitter and FaceBook are a given to include as with perhaps Google+ and want to find out what people are using and how useful they are finding these "tools"?...
by Simon Cook 6 years ago
I'm considering setting up a Pinterest 'group' called Best of Hubpages.The idea is that I'll make it a collaborative group (you'd have to friend me) and everyone could add their own personal favorites to the group (check with other hubbers for permission). NO moderation required - if you like any...
by Don Bobbitt 3 years ago
Honestly, HP needs to step up and start filtering their input. I have been here for over 5 years and I have watched a lot of changes, but what I see as what must be the most damaging to HP (ergo we writers) with Google is the number of low quality Hubs being allowed in the gate. I hear a lot of...
by Jake Frost 6 years ago
Which social networking site do you use the most?
by Amy Gillie 6 years ago
Why is Instagram so popular?
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