Page impression is not so poor. But nobody gives any comment. Why?
Well, you've just joined HP so traffic can be a bit slow. Thus, not many readers..and not many comments. I think you need to be a bit patient. That is what I've learned here from proHubbers..lol. Patience and good content is the key to success in HP! Just hang in there.
I'm a few days new here too, but I'm going to wait till I've gained the attention of the fellow readers on HP!
That`s right EatLovePray. Patience is mother of success here in HP. For me it also bears that when a hub is less important for visitors, or have been written poorly, It would not draw a comment.
Same Problem with me too. Though People opening my Hubs but not giving too many Comments. I guess We Should Wait and Watch. Lets Hope We can get some comments from our fellow Hubbers. All The Best
Once you get an article featured by luck, you will start to get comments daily. Just be patience
It may also help if you actually asked for comments in the hub. Ask your readers if they have any suggestions or what their experiences have been. I've learned that comments really help with Google in terms of content - so your comments in reply will be helpful as well. You should also read and comment on other hubs. Most hubbers will check out your profile and hubs if you take the time to give them a visit.
Everyone's advice to be patient is right on! Write good, quality content... and be patient. Hang in there!
by hazelwood4 6 years ago
Does it bother you when you put tons of work into a Hub and nobody comments on it?
by Margaret Schindel 3 years ago
If I view my account's Comments page, it's easy to view, approve and respond to unapproved comments. However, if I go to a new comment in one of my hubs and click Approve, I cannot reply to it directly on the comment. Instead, I have to go to my main Comments page and find the now approved comment...
by Bev G 18 months ago
Every time I try to post a comment, the page flips up to the top and, when I scroll back down, the comment is still there, unposted. I've cleaned my cache, tried a different browser but no luck.
by Sally Gulbrandsen 2 years ago
I have a green comments button next to my profile picture at the moment which when I click on it in the usual manner to respond takes me to a page where I can't see the comment to respond to it. Is anyone else having this problem?
by Paul Edmondson 3 years ago
Hello Hubbers,We are going to be switching latest Hubs out from the sidebar of Hubs and going with Hot Hubs. As always, we are working on several changes that we hope are improvements. This should be live today or tomorrow. Best,Paul
by David Livermore 22 months ago
Try as I might, I can't respond to any comments in my hubs. I can add a new comment, but I can't directly reply to comments. I sign out and then sign back in, both on HP and the niche sites.How can I interact with my readers if I can't respond?
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