When you publish your hub .you'll find a red colored icon with a 'P' written in it ...that's your link to open Pinterest .. you can login to Pinterest using your Facebook or Twitter loginsand will then be directed to a window where you can setup a new 'board' under which you can paste a link to your hub called 'pinning a hub'
Hope this helps ..ask me if you got more questions
First of all you have to join Pinterest and create a board where you can pin your hubs or anything you like. It is easy to join Pinterest and it's free. It also tells you how to create your boards where you can pin your interests like your Hubs. As you can see on the side of your hub on the right hand side there are Pinterest, Facebook, Twitter, g+, and H+ logos or letters, all you got to do is press P which stands for Pinterest and then it goes automatically to your Pinterest Board under Hubpages. Hope this helps.
by freecampingaussie 7 years ago
Do your ads disapear from your hubs ?I have some hubs that still have ads on them & others that don't at the moment .I know if you write adult content you lose them but These were ok.
by TMinut 9 years ago
Some of my hubs have the wrong template apparently; there are no ads displayed. To change it, do I have to save my hub, unpublish it, then start a new one and paste the saved work into it? I haven't found a way to change it otherwise.
by vinesh777 9 years ago
how to add kontera adds on all my hubs instead of doing it one by one?
by James Roberts 7 years ago
Adsense location on my hub?I have 5 hubs. Can anyone help me understand why adsense adds are in different locations on my hubs? My ad levels are set to "high" and all hubs are approved for adsense.
by Aaron Rushing 6 years ago
When reading other people Hubs, Should I click their adds or will Google get mad and boot me?
by Eric Farmer 5 hours ago
I want to write a lot of hubs (compared to what I wrote last year) this year. But the main hurdle is that I feel like I ran out of ideas or cannot create good ideas for new hubs.I come with some ideas, but they end up being too general or not good for online search. I try to think of more specific...
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