What does it take to get feedback or comments on your hub?
Does a hub have to be controversial, helpful, entertaining or just something that catches a person's attention? Is it more of a social thing? I read yours so you will read mine kinda of thing?
Typically, interacting with other hubbers by reading and commenting on their hubs and getting to know others in the forums. Generally, that is how we build relations and support each other.
It can take some time, yet just get yourself out there and get to know the community. Once, you do, you and others may even decide to link your hubs to generate more views. Have fun. Hope this helped a bit.
Edit: I just visited your profile and noticed that you enjoy writing sci-fi and flash fiction. You can seek other writers in this category by looking to the top left of the hub tool bar..
Click on TOPICS (upper left)
Click on books and writing
Click to find writers in your genre.
Also, you can take some time going through the topics and "following" those topics of interest. Then you will see all the newly published hubs as they come out to enjoy and introduse yourself.
I have created reality hub, if you go to hub to hubs you will see a few of the questions. You can leave your answer and if selected you will be featured in the hub with a direct connection to your page. I had the same problem as you so I started the reality series and it had been great so far.
Slow down... your hubs are relatively content heavy for the amount of time you have been on hubpages,please dont get discouraged, it takes time. Plus I dont know anything about hocky...mabey if you start at a beginners level:)
Thank all of you for your answers. I know that I was relatively new and that the subjects of the my Hubs were somewhat specific. I figured it was alot like some of the writing sites I have been on where it is very community based in order to gain responses. Thanks for answering and I will try to find my niche here.
keep your friends posted,besides sending your comments to the ones you really find interesting.
There are several factors in comment-attracting Hub: activity by the Hubber (commenting and asking/answering questions), interest of content, and how popular/in season/evergreen it is. I learned it all from experience.
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