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How many people are on HubPages?
Just trying to estimate the possible growth of followers.
I am not sure about this.
However, one another statistics: as per domaintools there are 8,722,940 Unique visitors per month!
There are over 200,000 hubbers, as far as the followers or how many from around the world visit hubpages, that I do not know.
It shows you at the top of this page how many there are approximately
Hhow many Hubbers there are is completely irrelevant to how many will follow you
How is your statement true that, "Hhow many Hubbers there are is completely irrelevant to how many will follow you." Irrelevant means that there is no correlation between the two. If there are 100,000 hubbers I logically have a chance of having a higher number of followers than if there were 10,000 hubbers...makes since ma'am? Also thanks for the info but, where at the top of the page should I be looking? I don't mean to come of as rude I see you are a vet here on HubPages, and I respect your status but, I just don't understand your answer and statement.
I think a better question would be - how many spam artist are on hubpages taking up space, and lowering the value of the site.
You can get tons of followers by participating in the forums and being everyone's friend, asking how their kids are - you know the drill. Asking ans answering questions helps me get followers, I think. Commenting lots of hubs with good comments gets you followers. . . . .or if your comment is too good. . . .eh, you might lose some that way too. . .not that has ever happened to me. Just thinking out loud here. Hey, got an extra smoke I can bum?
by Precious Williams4 years ago
How do some hubbers get so many followers in such a short space of time. Okay - some people write brilliant hubs on interesting topics but it still puzzles me. I expect someone will come back and say that I...
by Escobana4 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 Hub Star2 years ago
I was on another thread and someone said many people sign up on HubPages, but very few go on to write a substantial number of quality Hubs.I wonder why this is and what HubPages can do to encourage people to stay on and...
by Enoch Kane14 months ago
I joined HubPages about a year ago, and I have published at least 50 featured hubs. I only have 4 followers. I would like to find out how to increase my followers. Thanks everyone.
by Savio Koman5 years ago
I see few people who had answered my questions or my followers, having been banned. Why?What are the infractions that lead to being banned by hubpages?
by Mahaveer Sanglikar5 years ago
Do you know that following other Hubbers, sharing their Hubs helps you to attract traffic to your Hub. I have over 550 followers and I follow more than 1000 Hubbers.What about you? How many followers do you have at...
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