How do I get people to leave comments? So far it's only been family.
Join more fan clubs with different people. A lot of us will get an email when you post a new article, so we can then make a comment if we chose to. You can also answer questions here or on other sites and link back to your articles.
Also, link your site to social networks like Twitter or Digg if you choose to want comments. Don't think that comments decide the popularity of yuor articles. Most bloggers will just read and move on, but will still get value from what you write.
I don't know how well this will work, but specifically asking for feedback sometimes helps.
Hi, I wrote a hub about this some time back. You might find it useful.
http://hubpages.com/hub/How-to-Get-Comm … m-Visitors
hello marlenebr I read your work and they are great!! but the way to get more comments and more people readng your work is just like they say in the forums...write, write, write...every day...the thing that finally did it for me...I mean it PROVED it was taking the 30 day hub challenge...I didnt make it..only 27 in 30 days but heh, I still hardly work/uhhh work hardly////I MEAN!!!! I work HARD lol
so dude,start typing and dont stop !!! way to go!!
I think for only having 5 hubs your doing great with 25 followers, just write more hubs and answer question, that how you get more people to follow you and give you more comments.
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