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I am a new hubber and confused that how i will get followers?
I have write so many hubs to share which i have got in my mind and let others to take benefits of it.But i m confused about when i will manage to get followers doi have to show extra strength in hubs.i m just writing which i know and which i seek from surroundings.
I've gotten more followers as I keep writing hubs, but I still don't have that many compared to most. Who knows why some people have 300 followers and others have 20 or 50? It just depends on what people want to read and whether we write what people are looking for. I write about what's inside me, and don't really worry about the rest of it.
You'll get more exposure as you keep writing. And making constructive comments on other people's hubs and participating in the forums will let people see you, too.
Thanks Donna i think you are right in somewhere But my confusion is still not solve .
Participating in the HubPages community is the surest way to get followers. That is how I have gotten my followers. You can leave comments on hubs, answer questions and reply to forum posts. If you are helpful and your profile shows something that people are interested in then they will follow.
I have quickly looked at a couple of your hubs and notice, from your question, that your command of English indicates it is not your first language.
Broken English is harder to read for those who speak the language well. There is no quick way for you to improve your grammar except by reading and practicing it.
Some subjects will be more popular than others and a good writing style is what will bring people to follow you.
Just keep working on it and time will improve things.
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