I noticed that people with far fewer hubs than me, some of lower quality have more followers. I'm looking to expand my base here...do you think it might have to do with not having consistent topics? Do you get followers from other social networks? How did you go about this?
You've only been on HubPages for 13 days.
Getting followers comes mostly from how long you've been a member of the site and how interactive you are here. Writing Hubs that other site members want to read is how most people here get their "audience."
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