I have done 3 Hubs on 3 totally different subject matters. I think I have spaced the text and graphics decently and ' seems ' to look good, but no one is commenting anywhere on any of them, am I doing something wrong, or maybe the subject matter is not of interest ?
LOL...any help is greatly appreciated.
Give it time. Read some other hubs, comment and people will return the favor by looking at your hub. Comments, fans and views take time to accumlate. Keep at it and things will pick up.
I'd agree with sschilke on this- get yourself involved and plugged in. Read other hubs, rate other hubs, chat with hubbers, etc.
When you do this, people will return the favor.
Not to worry, your popularity can only increase over time. We all started at the bottom at one point or another.
Ok thanks. True...I have to make myself known to others otherwise I lower my chance of being noticed.
Well Brandynne, You do not have to worry about that.We all started that way only. When i joined HubPages I took around 15 days to put my first article. My page views in a day was 20-25 then. But the views started increasing as i added more articles, invited friends to join, put comments on other hubauthors articles and promoted my writing. Have'nt you heard the saying that "Rome is not built on a single day"? Give yourself some time.
2 months, 12 hubs, total of 8 comments. I would say not to worry about it personally.
TKIMWRSVC: I read your articles and I am impressed I became a fan and commented, your articles a very deep.
Im not sure, I understand what everybody else read: Your hub on ventriloquism: is pasted from wikipedia, and openly referenced as such.
your hub on mmorpg, is a list of links !
What would someone comment on ?
I did enjoy your hub on laughter, I think you really just need to focus on more original content.
I think you can do a lot with WoW if you really concentrate on the topic. I have some video game articles myself, and considering the popularity of the game, you could type up just about anything and it would be useful.
Here are some examples:
Communities of WoW
Tips and Strategies
Your Life and WoW
Couples who play WoW
A complete list of items of WoW (if this isn't readily available).
How to beat ____
And so on....
I would try to find things that you have gathered about the game that other gamers might be interested in and not aware of. Communities are interesting because people can gather together and talk shop (outside the game). Tips and strategies is self explanatory, but I'm pretty sure that there are a dozen strategy guides out there. Your life and WoW would be interesting because people like looking at how a game shapes their life, personality, relationships, etc. (positive or negative).
Just something to chew on...
AEvans thank you so much for that as well. I appreciate you taking that time too like I said.
Not a problem at all, as I sincerely love helping others and remember the ones that did the same for me. I also tend to make my rounds and read my fans articles, so you may not see constant articles as I give back and appreciate what others do for me.
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