I would love some suggestions on how to get more feedback on my hubs. Some interaction with the public would be an enjoyable part of being a hubber, here at hub pages. Does anyone have any great proven ideas that work?
My experience here after about 1 year is - write something on a controversial topic such as religion, climate change, politics and you will get plenty of comments. Be prepared for some civil debates...Good luck.
The single best way to get more comments on your work is to spend more time socializing on this website. Yes, this is tedious, but it works. Spend more time in forums, and more time commenting other persons hubs - and folks will naturally feel obligated, at least most will, to pay you a visit here and there. The only other ways I know of is to go above and beyond everyone else in content quality, and/or write high quality stuff centered in controversy.
Its good question
Join social site like Facebook and spread your hubs access
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