My Hubs are Good, at least I think so. Why don't I have more followers?

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  1. SuccessfromHome profile image64
    SuccessfromHomeposted 8 years ago

    My Hubs are Good, at least I think so. Why don't I have more followers?

  2. dablufox profile image56
    dablufoxposted 8 years ago

    It takes time! Just concentrate on getting your hubscore up by writing hubs and this in turn will earn your hubs more internal links within hubpages. As a result more people will find your hubs and you will get more followers.

    One way to get extra followers is to comment on other peoples hubs.

    But don't worry! You have one more follower now, smile!

    If you need a hand feel free to throw me a message or read my hub on micro niche research or Hubpage SEO to help things move along. … r-hubpages … e-research
    Welcome to hubpages!

  3. profile image0
    Ghost32posted 8 years ago

    Give it time.  Hah!  I see you just picked up another one!  See there?

    Welcome to HubPages.  Now, you've been here for 4 days.  Most people don't know who you are just yet.  If you comment on the Hubs of other writers you actually like (not just to be doing it--articles that actually interest you), those writers will often check you out.  Curiosity and all that.

    IF they like what they see--your profile, how you write, the subjects you cover, etc.--they MAY decide to follow you. 

    But the very best way to acquire "followers" (a term I still detest) is simply to write lots and lots and lots of really good stuff.  Like the Field of Dreams:  If you build it, they will come.

  4. rwelton profile image68
    rweltonposted 8 years ago

    ...ditto.  Engage with others in the topics you love.  Ask them questions, follow their posts, and make sure your content is what others want to read about...keep at it.  Good luck

  5. ankandhk profile image74
    ankandhkposted 8 years ago

    You have to do many things written here:-

    1. Comment on other people hubs.

    2. follow hubbers so they may follow you.

    3. Always try to write good hub and select appropriate niche

    4. set up your profile nicely decorated.

    5. link your hubs with others hub precisely.

    6. Engage in giving answer on questions

    7. let others to comment on your hub

    8. make your hubs complete

    9. visit forum and support there

    10. use SEO...........etc.

  6. CyclingFitness profile image92
    CyclingFitnessposted 8 years ago

    Hey SuccessfromHome

    I'm relatively new on here and i've managed to build my hubber score to around 90 in three weeks by developping hubs and becoming part of the community as it becomes addictive

    I've also been nominated for a HubNugget withing my personal field of Sport and Recreation so I'm really chuffed! Have a look and see what you think and keep an eye out for HubNuggets you can be part of

    My Nominated Hub
    Money Saving Tips for Cyclists

  7. nightwork4 profile image60
    nightwork4posted 8 years ago

    you just started here first off. this site requires time for a person to grow in most cases so relax, write and answer questions and in time things will get better.

  8. LuisEGonzalez profile image85
    LuisEGonzalezposted 8 years ago

    Read others who write articles that interest you, follow them, leave comments and answer questions. This usually gets others to "know" you. Above all keep writing quality articles.

  9. Mamelody profile image59
    Mamelodyposted 8 years ago

    Firstly welcome to hub pages! It takes time to build a fan base so you must be patient..

    Your hubs are good but they are too short. I've found that people with less than a 1000 word hubs often don't get followers. When people read hubs, they want detailed information and short hubs are a sign of a lazy writer. Plus, your hub will not be indexed by google due to little or no content so therefore not a lot of people will actually find your hub, neither will people know that you exists on hub pages!

    Participate a lot in the forums.. People will notice you there. Never self advertise yourself (like "read my hub, follow me") that will not get you anywhere...

    Visit other people's hubs and comment on them. Follow those that truly interest you not just because your desperate for followers. Some people will not follow you back if you only follow them for the statistics. People who follow you are normally those that are genuinely interested in your writing.

    I hope this helps...

  10. smcopywrite profile image41
    smcopywriteposted 8 years ago

    you must network.
    there are some great ways to increase your hub views, your score and your hub karma in this article. … h-HubPages

    if you network you will receive more followers. remember also that you need to follow to be followed. i have started to follow you after answering your question

  11. profile image0
    jasper420posted 8 years ago

    just a little something i have learned if you follow more you get more followers


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