Why are so many questions and comments being put on HubPages Tutorials and Community
(Share tips and tricks with fellow Hubbers on how to attract traffic and make money from your Hubs.) when they have nothing to do with tips and tricks to share with fellow Hubbers or how to improve hubs? Just asking I see so much on here that doesn't belong. There are places for comments that have nothing to do with Hubs but are more like blog comments. This question probably doesn't belong here either.
by Marcus T Caine 7 months ago
I have been writing for Hubages for over a year and I am still trying to figure out how to get my readers to comment on my articles. Is this something hubbers should even worry about?
by gis_r07 7 years ago
How do you treat fellow hubbers that leave provoking comments at the end of you hubs?
by Renz Kristofer Cheng 3 years ago
Greetings fellow hubbers!I've been here in the Hubpages community for more than 2 years now, and I've never been hit by the changes in Google's search algorithms. However, that was until the last quarter of 2014 where my daily page views got slashed by 80%. The traffic hasn't recovered ever since.I...
by rmshdc 9 years ago
I have seen that some hubbers have put on a very few hubs - not even niche hub topics. But they have several fans.I just added my 100th HubPage today! But I have got only 80 fans. (1) Are there any tips for getting more FANS for your hubpages?(2) Also I would like to know if it...
by Jaye Denman 4 years ago
Why would any HP writer purposely not allow comments on his/her hubs?I just read two hubs--good ones--by an HP writer I hadn't encountered before, but neither has a Comments section. I wanted to comment on both, and the inability to do so stops me from reading any more of this writer's hubs. Why...
by Itswritten 8 years ago
Do you want fellow hubbers to comment on your hubs?
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