Leave thoughtful feedback and comments for people.
Hang out on the forum.
Befriend Hubbers on Twitter and Facebook, etc.
Write interesting Hubs and they will come naturally.
You follow some hubbers, leave some insightful comments on others hubs. Start some discussions in forums, answer questions, ask questions and most important of all Publish hubs of unique content.
See my profile for a hub that I've written on that. In short you have to participate in the HubPages community and write good hubs. That will get you more followers easily.
not to be mean, but why would you want to?
when you write hubs, and if you do everything right, you can expect 2 waves of traffic.
the first will be people who follow the category you write about, plus your followers. generally speaking this first wave of traffic (the spike) doesn't do much with your content.
because they are using hubpages the same way you are, most likely. they will not click on ads, nor will they do much with your content.
now, depending upon the type of article you wrote and what your keywords are your article will climb the google ladder. when this happens you will get traffic to your hubs through search engines, and this is the traffic you want b/c when they read your stuff, provided it's good content, they will do something, take action.
so, worry less about getting followers and instead focus on writing good content that targets a good keyword.
Stop concentrating on getting more followers, and write quality hubs, that'll get you more followers even without trying hard for it!
by CZCZCZ 5 years ago
Whats best strategy to get more followers on hubpages?
by Kenneth Avery 6 years ago
I have been a member of HubPages for seven months. I have read hubbers with less membership who have more than 1,200 followers. How is that possible? And how can I attract more followers to my "little world" in HubPages?
by TheRaptorClaw 3 years ago
So i am an active Huuber and i write good blogs. Ones that i have found people searching for. So please no answers like, "Write good hubs that interest people." Or something like that. Could i get more followers from commenting on others hubs? Could i gain views and followers from posting...
by Kent Peligrino 5 years ago
Hello,I am new here in HubPages. Just signed up for an account a few days ago and I barely got any followers. I would like to know some tips on how to increase my number of followers aside of course, from writing a great hub and following other hubbers.
by Escobana 5 years ago
Let us welcome both of us to OUR new world of friendship.......nice to met you here and looking forward to know you more.....read you more......Take care and God bless you.
by Celeste Wilson 8 days ago
Is there a way to generate more followers on Hubpages? I try to find a new Hubber at least once a week to follow. I read their articles, comment if I have something to say and then follow that Hubber. I was just wondering if this was the only way to encourage more Hubbers to follow each other.
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