Is there a new hubs section, or new users section or am I just on my own section.
When you go to "hubs" (at the top of the screen)you can sort by hot, best and latest. You're more likely to get seen and read if your hub scores are high or if your hubber score is high (in my personal experience).
You are doing the right thing by posting a message on a forum-- People are likely to see your smiling face and go check out what you have written.
Read and comment on other people's work, ask questions... and posting a profile helps people relate to you.
Keep it straightforward and do it naturally-- not for the sole purpose 'getting fans'.
This is excellent advice but be careful never to become a "spammer." Do not add links to your Hubs to comments or the likes or in any other way spam forums. It will only hurt you in the long term.
The simple best answer is to write quality material on quality subjects and let nature take its course.
What Gordon said.
Fans don't earn you money -- people coming in from search engines do. Quality content boosts you in the search engines.
There are also many great articles written by other hubbers on steps to increase traffic and the like. Of course, it all comes down to the content. If what you write is good and desirable, then traffic, fans, and clicks follow.
by Artin2010 9 years ago
I've come to the conclusion that in order to get people to even look at your hubs, you must post in these forums. It may help get a few more fans, but if it doesn't, what have you lost. I've come here to hubber's hangout to see if anybody will become curious about my writing. I'm guessing I'm not...
by Gary Anderson 3 years ago
I thought if a hubpage was listed in Google search it was featured. But apparently that is not the truth. I guess I will keep the hubs up and run my own check on them.
by bangawking000 9 years ago
uhm,, I'm just a new hubber joined 2 weeks b4 i posted this. I wanna have fans but it looks as if i'm sooo sloooooow, some 4 day old accounts already have fans but i don't. Can anyone give me tips on how to? & i only get 30 to 40...
by Marina 4 years ago
Heads up! As part of a traffic experiment, we changed the number of Hubs listed in the Related Hubs section to eight instead of five. We expect the experiment to last about a week, but wanted to let everyone know that the change is not permanent. Please check out this thread for background...
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 Midasfx 8 years ago
I think it would be nice if we could earn money from our questions here on hubpages. Still with the 60/40 split just like on our hubs.The only thing I would think would be people posting too many questions, so maybe implement a cap on questions ie 3-5 per day as long as they are not spammy. ...
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