I just publish a new hub
http://hubpages.com/hub/Who-is-More-Sex … -Bollywood
why is so
I admit I'm among the view but didn't post folks. The topic just doesn't interest me so I didn't have an opinion about it. That's no reflection on you or the quality of your Hubs; it just wasn't my cup of tea.
Oh My God, Mark you have a way with sarcasm that no one else could copy. You are my most "love to Hate" hubber out there! It matches your picture too, you are definately who you really are.
He's probably looks like Barney Fife. The Internet is a wonderful thing.
There is so much hub frenzy right now and your fans are giving you a thumbs up but not taking the time to comment. The Hubtivity is to high, I think I remember Ryan mentioning this in an earlier post, maybe Mark can explain it better.
Mark, I have to admit,, you do look a little scary. Like an undercover repo, narcotics, hubbing narc. Mysterious .
That is the second person told me I look scary. I may have to consider a new avatar. I like the James Bond thing though
I have to agree. You do sort of look like Sean Connery. He is my favorite James Bond.
Hi Mark how is the puppy belonging to your brother. You look a bit like my dad, now he is really scary!!!!!!!!!
do you like all this female attention, about the way you look..??????
I am used to it.
Puppy is good. Too cute, but what the hey.
My dad's moustache is like yours, the droopiness of it makes it look like you are grumpy...... Now if you shave of the side bits, smile take of the glasses, apply a bit of sun make up stuff, you would look gorgeous........ ha ha
Ummm, personally speaking, I prefer the other sex and just a tad more verbiage...
I'm sure it's all good for those for whom it is intended, however.
LGali, yes it is the hub challenge, but when it is over, you will have lots of material that is still fresh so your score will rise as well as comments.
With so many hubs to read and so little time to comment I only leave a comment as well on something that deeply touches me, that is no bad reflection on your skills as a writer.
I don't know about this during normal times but I just wrote an apology to the hubbers that I am a fan of on another post. The fact is during the challenge I just can't keep up. Each of the writers that I follow seem to be writing four to eight hubs a day. I can only read so much and still have time to do something useful. I will read subjects that interest me and I will comment but if I am reading another commercial from some product I'll only have time to give it a quick scan. When the rate comes down I will be happy to comment more.
Photo gallery hubs do not generally inspire many comments. It makes sense, really. There's not much to think about or respond to--it's just visual stimulation. People come to those hubs to look, not to interact.
I'm curious as to what expectations people have for people commenting.
100% would be pure fantasy. 50% a far fetched dream.
I think 10% would be a massive amount of feedback.
If you're getting 5% you're doing well.
I Have 2771 comments from 851000 page views. Not sure I could cope with 42000 comments - i.e. 5%.
I'll just shift around some of those figures
I think the more successful a person is the lower the % will get, because the world wide web, as you and I know, is far bigger than the small population of the HubPage Republic, which is an island by the way.
So those with a high comment to visitor ratios are only selling to the indigenous island population. It's when we start to export our product to the big world outside that we start to see more traffic and click thru revenue and sales.
I agree with Maddie, most people are just looking at photos and they are'nt usually going to comment on them.
You got me curious, so I checked my stats too - 1200 comments for 600000 views - about 0.2%
by Jesse Mugnier 5 years ago
Which one of your hubs has the most views?Why do you think that is? Is it the same hub that has the most comments?
by Ann Carr 3 years ago
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by Funbi Adeleke 5 years ago
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by Sherry Hewins 6 years ago
How long did it take you to get to 10,000 views?It took me 4 months and 3 weeks. Just wondering if that's about average, if there is such a thing.
by Cindy Lawson 5 years ago
How is it that a hub on the 'common mistakes new hubbers make' can suddenly become not featured, in spite of the fact it has had 9 views in a day, 24 views in 7 days and 35 views in the last 30 days? I only replied to comments on it both 42 hours ago and 22 hours ago (from two different hubbers)....
by Helen Cater 8 years ago
After 7 days of non stop learning I hit 92 for my hub ...My lowest is still good in the 70's...I am so happy thanks everyone who have helped this numpty.
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