Marisa Wright is a great person to follow and watch on the forum.
If you want to follow quality writers then check out these writer's work:
Dan Harmon (wilderness)
Dora Weithers (MsDora)
Sally Gulbrandsen (sallybea)
Keith Abt (FatFreddysCat)
Susannah Birch (WryLilt)
The question is, why? If it's because you just want to enjoy some good writing, then it's easy. In theory, only "quality" writing should exist on the niche sites, so it's a case of going to those sites and then finding what suits you (which is subjective, really). If you like fiction, go to Letterpile and browse around to find the authors you like. If you have a specific subject of interest, then go to the relevant niche site.
If you're looking for ways to network, then your best bet is to look for writers who are active on the forums, reading and commenting. Just bear in mind it's not the most effective strategy for improving income, since it's all internal to HubPages.
by Tanner Evans 2 years ago
Hi all! I posted this just a few minutes ago but I'm realizing now it may have been in the wrong spot so I'll post here as well with hopes of advice and help haha.I have been on the site for a while, but have currently made the choice to try and get more involved and get writing hubs much more...
by Tanya Jones 3 years ago
The one thing I like really, really well since I've been here is the feed page. My settings are to receive most everything. When I'm away for the day, I know I can play catch up rather easily when I return. I'm also able to see what folks I've followed are doing so I can visit their pages. The...
by sunasia22 6 years ago
Are there still Filipino hub writers here in hubpages?I chanced upon the hub "Top 100 Filipino hubbers..." by regality which was posted 2 years ago, I am wondering if there are still Filipinos writing for hubpages. I am a newbie and I have not met or follow a Filipino hubber since I...
by mwilliams66 6 years ago
Do you feel that it is appropriate to follow people just to get followers?I see people follow dozens of people at a time, but see no evidence that they read the hubs the people write. It was my impression that hub preferred that we follow people who's writing interests us. How do you...
by Rochelle Frank 4 years ago
I have never begged for followers, but at 1,499-- it seems I will never reach an even number of 1,500 which is meaningless and has no accolade. People (including followers) come and go, and those that are still on the list don't necessarily 'follow'. I love the followers who actually...
by David Stillwell 6 years ago
Besides the follow button might I suggest a Favorite Author button that has a function of elevating specific writers above those that you follow. The perk would be that a Favorite Author's work would always appear in your feed regardless of topic. It would be a great way to support the writers we...
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