Can allowing viewers to be involved in your page help with your audience increase?
A few examples are things such as "vlogs" or recordings of myself posted on my hub to add more personal information to the article, polls on questions related to the hub, and other things similar to this.
Sounds like a good idea. I'm not sure if HP would allow you to pull it off. I do know that people that won't reply to comments can hardly expect to have many followers.
Yes you can and yes it will allow readers/viewers to get to know you at a more personal level. HubPages does allow it-you have to load up video to YouTube and then embed it into your Hub.
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