I have published a two featured hubs, but I see no comment on them. I dont think they are published, because it has been three monthes and their must be atleast one comment.
I have a similar problem, with 3 featured hubs, 2 have been Hubpro edited, and not a comment to be seen - think I have an awful lot to learn - good luck Eldow Duha
I took a look at your Hub and although I love the drawings, there are far too many basic errors in the text, including the Title. In fact, I found at least 70 errors when I ran the 'Socide' Hub through Word. I would suggest you either cut and paste the text into Word or install the free Grammarly program. This should go a long way towards your getting a few comments on your page.
Yes, your two hubs are published, but not featured. I left a comment on one of them.
If you are starting out here, and want people to know that you exist, all you have to do is read their hubs and leave a comment. Many of those people are going to read your hubs too and leave a comment.
The people who comment on your Hub are usually other members of HubPages. If you want other Hubbers to know you even exist, then you need to browse HubPages, find Hubs that interest you and make interesting, intelligent comments on them. Then they are likely to visit your Hubs and comment in exchange.
However, be aware that you will not earn money from other Hubbers. You earn money by attracting readers from outside HubPages, and most of them will not comment. So the number of comments gives you no idea of the number of visitors.
I have more than 150 hubs and I average half as many comments as views. I think this trend is pretty common. Good luck!
I'm more concerned with getting page views, which tells me that my stuff is being read.
Don't get me wrong, comments are nice, but since readers are not required to leave one, I don't expect them to.
Where I could find the views number and how I could get the free Grammely app?
Google the Grammarly program and download it for free. You will find your views for your hubs on your Stats page.
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