Any benefit to putting polls in Hubs?
I have put a poll in most of my 40 Hubs and haven't had one vote yet ... So, unless they are doing something I don't know about it, I think I will start reserving the space for something else.
Interesting. My understanding of using Polls in Hubs was to add a dimension by which readers could interact with the hubs they read.
People feel more involved and are more likely to give feedback and leave a rating if they were able to participate.
I've only used Polls a few times, but will need to go back and see how many people used them.
I don't fully understand their value yet either. Yes, it allows people to interact which may be a good thing but I'd rather have them press the feedback buttons or leave a comment. That's a much richer way of interacting with the Hub author and the community.
I think people only click the poll when they feel like it - which is not very often. Perhaps if the poll has very funny anwers it'll work better.
by CindyS 4 years ago
How can I encourage feedback on my Hubs?I'm curious to know what others think of my hubs, as there are so many writers out there with more experience than I. I have a lot to learn from them. How can I get more people to leave comments or feedback?
by Whitney 8 years ago
Have you noticed it or is it just me? Do you think it's beneficial to not put the comment box? Or does the comment box help you?
by Jacqueline Gibbons 4 years ago
I have been a member of Hubpages for a while but did not understand the true value of it until recently; I began updating old hubs and every one updated so far has ended up featured. I hope to do the 30 in 30 once I finish updating everything. I would love to try it in July since June...
by LindaSmith1 4 years ago
What is the benefit of putting our hubs in groups?Do visitors see our hub groups?
by Gary R. Smith 5 years ago
Have you ever used a Poll capsule in one of your hubs?My first time was today, in four new hubs which make "A Hitchhiking Saga." Fun way to invite participation from readers!Where have you put the code outside Hubpages to bring traffic to your hub?
by Kangaroo_Jase 5 years ago
There seems to have been an unusually large number of forum posts by one or more individuals for the purpose of upsetting staff and/ or Hubpage members. With forum troll behaviors, it's best to read that post and then move on without responding. Don't feed the trolls.
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