How do you post a BubblePulse! ?
I was checking BubblewsPulse! out after reading so much about it here in HP. I thought it would be a great way to link back to my hubs here. However, I am confused and there is little direction. What is the difference between a "regular" post and a "BubblePulse!" post? I created my own subcategories but don't know how to link them. There were no fields for this in "regular" posts, and I have no idea how to post a BubblePulse! post. Can anyone clarify?
I have never done it, but here is a link that tells you how. http://www.bubblews.com/news/513435-bub … it-from-it
http://www.bubblews.com/news/52402-can- … ory-please
It has something to do with creating your own subcategory but it is hard to find one that has not been used.
Thank you, LindaSmith1. I've been searching for information but could not find any. Thank you for taking the difficulty out of my search. I appreciate you!
Abby: I find it hard to find something specific by searching Bubblews site. I simply put my question in my search engine browser and look for an answer. You are welcome!
Yes. I have found I have to do the same thing. I don't know if I will stick with it. I hate the platform, but I thought it may drive traffic to my hubs. I'll test it for a few weeks and see. Do you post there?
Abby Yes I do. The site does not work well for getting traffic to hubs, etc. However, that may change since many Squidoo writers, as well as those from other platforms are posting there now. Interlink Bubblews posts does work.
I thought I would write in short "blog" form and then link my related hub(s). Do you think this will work in driving traffic? I've been looking over others, and it seems to be "snippet" type articles. Do people really read these? LOL.
Answer is written clearly in the following post...Check this might help.
http://www.bubblews.com/news/395460-wha … bble-pulse
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