How do you generate more feedback on your hubs? If people read but don't leave

  1. graebear profile image70
    graebearposted 6 years ago

    How do you generate more feedback on your hubs?  If  people read but don't leave comments/feedback.

  2. Phil Plasma profile image78
    Phil Plasmaposted 6 years ago

    End your hub with a question that draws your reader in - then the person reading your hub may feel compelled to answer it.

    As for feedback, your hub needs to be 'useful', 'awesome', 'beautiful' and so on for it to get flagged as such.

  3. wychic profile image89
    wychicposted 6 years ago

    I agree with Phil -- ask them. I used to just present my information, write a conclusion, and leave it at that. More recently, based on advice from one of my clients (an internationally-recognized marketer), I've started ending them all with questions, with some kind of request for feedback, or imploring readers to tell me what is of interest to them in relation to this subject so that they can help me construct a series of hubs that will be relevant to what they need. Comments have been quite a bit higher on the ones that have ended in this manner, and in many cases the comment section has added a lot of value to the hub smile.

 
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