I am new here and have two blogs- "Animals, Animals Everywhere" and "Fibromyalgia- I Want My Life Back". I need help drawing more people to them...Please leave comments...Thanks
As a newbie I will help you out..I find the best thing to do is visit ppl who comment and return the favour...else just read as many hubs as you can and always leave a comment as this is polite for the hard work everyone puts in...Hope this helps you.
Thank you, Helen, for your suggestion...I will follow your advice. Please leave me a comment on my blogs.
I couldn't agree with you more...If you want Hub Love, you gotta give Hub Love...Remember the Golden Rule!
Welcome to HP! Since you're new here I must tell you that HP does not like hubbers soliciting readership in the forums. Don't get me wrong but this is surely not the way to get traffic. You can start off with social networking sites and posting links of your hubs there. There are hundreds of articles available on HP for increasing traffic. All you've to do is to enter a relevant word in the search bar and there you go! Good luck
ok. this may be a stupid question, but i thought that this was the forum to ask for help on hubs. how do you do that without saying ....read my hub and tell me what to do?
I agree i see this a lot when people do not know and then the comment are cutting I think it's mean and we should help not make people feel silly . There are ways of saying things and some of the comments are downright rude and abrubt. One person I see keeps popping in and doing it on loads of forums and I think she is horrid...She has something like 2000 fans and I why????
The "Extreme Hub Makeover" forum is the correct forum for getting feedback on your hubs. Sometimes people do respond negatively when they don't notice that you are in the correct forum because they access the post from the Latest Activity page and haven't explicitly ventured into the makeover forum.
ohhhhh so, this was not spam? simple misunderstanding? lord knows i have made more then my fair share of mistakes!!!!!
What you said was correct my friend, don't explain yerself to somebody with 4 fans !
Correct, as long as you post in the makeover forum it is not spam. It does get called spam occasionally because many people don't pay attention to what sub-forum a post comes from.
welcome to hubpages. it takes time.Traffic is always two way street. Leave cooments on other and they will do same.
i will go look but dont panic. these things time. look around, theres tons of advice on traffic here on hubpages, check the topics, faq, and guide.
Ok a good reason for this is you have not got the comments tab...Go to edit and you will see top right comment capsule..Apply this then we can leave you a comment
I know it is hard to get used to..Just read as much as you can from other hubbers on traffic and such....You will make mistakes even here on the forum but don't worry and take things too bad..We all make mistakes..You just need guidance from a few experienced hubbers.
Actually this forum is intended for soliciting feedback, not for soliciting visitors or comments, so it is possible to spam it, and OP did just that IMO.
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