Why do some people have all types of fans and the people who do wonderful hubs have so little fans.
I work extremely hard on the hubs I write, as I donate all of the proceeds to the Dana Farber Cancer Institute.
People who have frivolous things to say often campaign the hardest for fans.
Fans are nice to have, but they are not really important to your stated goal here at HubPages.
Post in the forums, and pick up a HubMob or HubChallenge. You're pretty much guaranteed to gain fans with the additional exposure.
I applaud you for hubbing for a good cause. :-)
It seems people often become fans because they like to communicate to you - in comments, forums, answer, etc.
You can always make a first step
Frankly, I've noticed that those who write in an ecumenical sense seem to have more followers then do, let's say, adventure story writers or more mundane subjects like, perhaps, raising flowers or growing potatoes. Not certain, but lots and lots of people need a crutch--nuff' said! Some of us are followers and some leaders--only you know which mold suits your talents and needs--Just do what you do best and the notoriety will follow---
I found that alot of people just want to see how many fans or friends they can get but I think its nice if people really enjoy what you write about and like to read how you feel about things.
by Simone Haruko Smith 2 years ago
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by KRC 8 years ago
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by Becca Hubbard-Woods 24 months ago
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by Haunty 9 years ago
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by Ultimate Hubber 8 years ago
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by weholdthesetruths 7 years ago
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