Are other writers experiencing a low percentage of comments and tags from their readers?
The hubscore and all of the other statistical information is derived somehow from how people interact with a hub. How long people spend on a hub is measured, the number of comments, the number of tags such as useful, funny, awesome, etc. these are all measured. Most of my hubs have an interaction rate of less then 10%. Is that good or bad. It seems kind of bad to me. I sometimes receive more traffic from outside sources then I do from hubpages. How do other writers feel about these issues?
I have only been on HubPages for 6 weeks but I get very little interaction from others. I rarely see comments or tags. I also had people from outside of HubPages tell me that they wanted to give me feedback but they could not; it was disabled. I don't know if you need to join HubPages to give feedback or not but nobody outside of HubPages has been able to.
Interaction is probably the key. The more you interact with other hubbers, the more you use the forum and the more you use backlinks, etc., the more likely you will attract readers, followers and comments, etc. Well written hubs on interesting subjects are important to keep your readers interested.
These days I try to do a little hubbing every day even if it just to make a couple of comments on the latest hubs, to respond to comments made on my hubs, to upload new hubs or add content / amend current hubs. My traffic is up and down at the moment, sometimes my in box is full of comments, questions and answers and new followers, other times (like now) it is as if the whole world is asleep except me...good luck guys - get some good hubs going and get to know like minded hubbers.
by John Hollywood 4 years ago
Just so people don't think it's just a fluke with our drop in numbers on the hubs. I'll give you the link but clearly, it's starting to become clear something's up with Panda or a migration issue. http://searchengineland.com/games-lyric … ers-204504
by Helen Cater 9 years ago
I just read a reports that if you have more than 100 URL's on a page the search engines don't like it. Is this true as I have checked mine and everysingle one has more than that. Is this one of the reason lots of top hubbers have very few comments in their hubs, and why some even delete them.
by J Sunhawk 8 years ago
Any and all critiques welcome. Just starting out on Hub Pages, so I appreciate all help from you Hub Citizens. (You veteran Hubbers are smart. I feel like I just entered kindergarten.)Question: Would going to She Told Me and writing up a synopsis of my hub page be a legitimate way to create a...
by Andria 7 years ago
Is it me or have they vanished? I can't see them anywhere. That for a reason or a glitch? I was editing, noticed, checked others out and can't see them.
by Demas W Jasper 3 years ago
What do you believe are the most common reasons why solid writers on HP stop writing?Looking at still listed Hubbers who show no recent activity, I have noted good Hubs they wrote which had few comments and sometimes they had not even replied to the comments they received. Just as with...
by Penelope Hart 6 years ago
Why don't male Hub Page writers post more comments on hubs written by women?Why don't men writers post more comments, generally? There seem to be more comments by women writers? Why is this? Are men writers less social on the network? Are they more inhibited then women? Do women feel...
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