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I am wondering how I get some comments for my Hubs. It helps to know if anyone likes them or not an
I have recently started writing more on Hubpages. It seems that I can see the results better. Comments are welcome and I someone enjoys enough to say they do or they don't. I am just trying to do something worthwhile and maybe, just maybe encourage someone else.
One way to get more comments on your hubs is to read other hubs on similar topics and post meaningful comments there. If you leave an intelligent comment, the author of that hub is likely to take a look at your profile, read some of your hubs and leave a message in his/her turn.
Another thing is to get some exposure. As interesting as your hub may be, people have to see it for it to get some comments. You can let your friends know that you have published a new hub via email, facebook, etc
And, most important: write quality content. If people like what you write, if they find your information interesting and useful, they will give you some feedback.
Yeah, i agree with what ClaudiaP was saying, You need traffic to your hubs and you also should work on building relationships with other hubbers who share your interests. That way they will stop by when you publish a new hub and give you feedback.
Plus, don't forget to write content that is comment worthy. ( =
Thanks to both of your for your comments. I am trying to write worthwhile hubs. I have 30 yrs in mortgage and longer than that knowing God....HA! I am trying and at this point that is what I do know.
Thanks for asking this, I'm new here and although I've got reasonable traffic, comments are very hard to come by. I agree with internpete, it is important to socialise here. I'm meeting so many fantastic people.
write informative and helpful hubs. When people are impressed, they will comment.
by Angela Harris10 years ago
I can't seem to be able to post comments. This has happened before, but always cleared up in a couple of hours. Does anyone else have this problem at times?
by Shawn May Scott6 years ago
I am still new to Hubpages and have been enjoying a rather successful start. Thank you to those who have voted my articles up and those few of you who have begun to follow me. But I have noticed one thing of late and...
by aanaedwards9 years ago
Please go through my hubs and suggest me, how can i improve my visitor traffic and their comments.
by Bill Holland5 years ago
How many loyal followers do you have who read almost every hub that you write?We are talking about the core group who always seem to be there for each and every hub that you write.
by Michelle Liew5 years ago
I have been trying to leave comments on several articles that I have read this morning and somehow it bounces without being able to post. Is anyone experiencing this problem?
by Marcus T Caine3 months ago
I have been writing for Hubages for over a year and I am still trying to figure out how to get my readers to comment on my articles. Is this something hubbers should even worry about?
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