How many hubs without comments do you have?
Why do you think that is?
Are these hubs bad quality, uninteresting, or did they simply went through the net of your followers and readers?
I got 5 out of my 20 hubs. I guess, they were not just interested in the topic. And I don't think my hubs are bad to read though. What I do is share them to my followers.
3 out of 22 don't yet have comments. The most I have on any hub at the moment is 8, though this includes my replies to visitors' comments. I don't think there's any particular reason for zero comments - in fact, my currently top rated hub doesn't yet have one.
You just have to be patient and hope people visit and comment, and try to get as many visitors as possible through links on Facebook, Twitter etc. (And try in turn to comment on any hubs you view that you think are good, because there's no better feeling than getting a compliment on your work - it makes your efforts seem worthwhile).
All of mine have comments-maybe your followers are shy about leaving comments?
I have 11 hubs out of 120 with no comments... none... nada... el zippo. lol I followed American Idol last season, and I wrote hubs about it. It was exciting to me, but alas, not for my followers and readers. I got a lot of traffic from Google search and one day I got 1200 views from Bing.com on one American Idol hub (I was so amazed), but no comments. None whatsoever. And now that the season is over, no traffic as well. It was a lot of work for non-evergreen hubs. But it was fun writing about American Idol and my favourite--Scotty McCreery won! Awesome!
I have three-- but they are unfinished and haven't been published yet.
by Kenneth Avery 21 months ago
Sept. 25, 8:08 p.m.In the last few days, I have published these two new hubs:"15 Things That Will Rogers Did Not Say""Joan Jett Coaching in The NHL?"And through above date, I have received NOT one comment. I asked Christy at Team HubPages what was wrong or was it me who did...
by Shawn May Scott 6 years ago
I am still new to Hubpages and have been enjoying a rather successful start. Thank you to those who have voted my articles up and those few of you who have begun to follow me. But I have noticed one thing of late and maybe it is the way it goes but I think it is disrespectful. I have commented on a...
by Angie Jardine 5 years ago
Do people really read the hubs of people they follow?Is it just me but I tend not to follow too many hubbers because I would never have time to write if I read all the hubs they submit. Perhaps I’m being naive here … but it seems disrespectful to follow them and then not read their work. Do...
by Bill Holland 5 years ago
How many loyal followers do you have who read almost every hub that you write?We are talking about the core group who always seem to be there for each and every hub that you write.
by Catherine Giordano 18 months ago
HP has always said do evergreen hubs. Politics is certainly not evergreen. it has a short "shelf-life" if it is about a current event. And since I would mostly write about U.S. politics, they might have very little appeal in other countries. I use my blogs to write about politics,...
by Kate Swanson 4 years ago
Lately I've come across a lot of Hubs with outdated information in them. If I comment or email to suggest it needs updating, I get the response, "Oh I wrote that ages ago."Sorry, that's not acceptable. There is no date on a Hub so as far as your reader is concerned, the...
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