Though I am still new, I need fans to my hubs.
How do I go about it?
What goes around comes around
Become a fan of your existing fans
Become a fan of people you like and leave them nice fanmail
Post meaningful comments on other's hubs, and meaningful posts on forums...
All that assuming that your own hubs are worth reading
I have to agree with Misha as that is how you build a fan base. I have seen some who just go to everyone and become there fan, to me that can be a lengthy process however it does work. Read others articles like Misha said and comment and in turn you will get the HUB Love back. Welcome to HubPages and I will be happy to check out you articles.
by Misha9 years ago
Looks like I'm having them pretty often recently This time it is entering 300 fans club I did not prepare anything special for the 300th fan, but I think I should do this for 500th Like a free lunch that Peter and...
by Dave McClure8 years ago
To give the profile page a new look, it might be nice to show the "Some of XX's Fans" in random (or cyclic) order. That way, newer fans could also get a look in. What do others think?
by Joe8 years ago
Yes, that is the question. Amirite? Or Amiapig?(Do not promote your hubs in the forums.)
by fierycj7 years ago
For me I came on here cos I wanted to see if people actually like I'm writing. So the more people who actually read the stuff, the happier I am. For me, thats the reward.
by Peter M. Lopez9 years ago
Misha, I just now noticed you have 617 posts, 5 hubs and 212 fans. How do you do it? That's 42.5ish fans per hub, a pretty good rate of return I would say.
by justone3317 years ago
This jus doesnt make sense to me....I spent countless hours faning people and writing sincere comments about their hubs, but I just dont seem to get the love back..am I the only one that notices this? And if im not can...
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