When you publish your hubs, do you tweet them on Twitter or post an update on Facebook or Buzz (Yahoo or Google)?
Can't decide if I want to put in the effort, nor whether such effort would be welcome.
I tweet occasionally-- just because it's easy to do using the share button at the bottom of hubs. Don't know if it helps much. There are other ways to share there also.
What effort? You make it sound like it is a chore to do, when HubPages has made it as simple as possible to do.
SHARE button at the bottom of each hub allows you to do so, without much effort.
I set up Twitterfeed so that when I publish a Hub it is sent to Twitter and Facebook automatically
try ping.fm with one post on ping my link is uploaded to like 15 - 20 sites. You can sign up for them all right at ping.
Has anyone experienced any significant success doing this? For the most part, I seem to get more traffic by building links and writing related content.
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