Hey whats the secret for many fans?
I saw your fan mail sent to me when i saw your hub there was only one hub but a lot of fans whats the secret can you tell?
The secret to lots of fans is to not only write great quality hubs yourself, but to make the effort to interact within the Hubpage community, i.e. post in forums, read other people's hubs and comment on them, join other hubber's fan clubs if you like their topics and writing styles, answer questions like this one etc
It is not that important to have hundreds or thousands of followers. You may get an increase in traffic and it certainly feels good to have people following you. Yet, think about your writing goals. If you write just for the fun of it, then yes, you should get as many followers as you can. But, if your goal is also to make money, SEO is king and followers are little pawns. I am not implying they are irrelevant, but I claim that they are not the most important element in terms of making money. Take a better look at the profile of the hubber Five One Cows. The hubber has more than a thousand followers, but the hub has been read only over a 1000 times - which is nothing if we are talking in terms of money (check the accolades on the profile).
You will get followers if you write such quality content that people actually learn from you! They want the information that corresponds to their personal needs. I myself have not really gotten there, but I concluded this following the success of other hubbers. My favorite: Susana S (I recommend you check out her profile).
by Andrew Smith 3 years ago
I've just reached a landmark of 100 followers (yay, me!), which might not seem like much, but it's built up pretty slowly over time, and I've made sure to interact with everyone I'm following regularly (106 now), checking out new hubs, etc. It made me consider an interesting question:How do...
by Alexander Silvius 7 years ago
Wouldn't it be great if we could de-fan a follower? If your asking, "why in the world would you want to do that?" Let me tell you. Recently I have been gaining quite a few followers which actually helped push my numbers over 200. That is great. However, most of these people have not only...
by ryankett 5 weeks ago
Lyricsingray started the excellent thread "Recommend another hubbers hub"....I thought that it would be a great idea to dive much deeper into the depths of this vast lake of words and pluck out some treasure. So rather than recommend a hub by some of the big fish who have already been...
by Karen A Szklany 7 years ago
Hi All, So, this might not seem in the spirit of hub pages comeraderie, but I am a little uncomfortable with having a particular member follow me. The name is ZAGOOTO, and he has no profile information, no hubs, but 11 followers. Who on earth is this person? Why is he "following" people...
by mel22 9 years ago
? guess they're tweaking in the Web"meister" shop The elves are at work before the end of the holidays. We're no longer FANatics of each others writings but Followers like a cult of Publishing Wizards.
by Cagsil 9 years ago
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