Tell me how did you manage to get so many followers so quickly?
It completely killed my hubscore, but I just hub hopped, answered questions, and looked under new hubbers and followed everyone I saw pretty much. At the time I didn't know it would negatively affect my score so I deleted all the ones who didn't follow back and I'm starting to work on building my score up again. I went from a 79 to a 2 in just 5 days. I don't think it counts against you though if you comment on at least one of their hubs and leave fan mail though. I'm not 100% on that though.
Write good content. Read and comment on other's work. Participate in the forums. The hubpage community have some wonderful writers and they are a great source of encouragement. Follow the writers here that you are genuinely interested in their work. Many will read your articles and follow you back.
Keep in mind, it's not about the number of followers one might have, it's about writing well and writing those quality articles that others may find in their searches.
The number of followers isn't important. I for one follow everyone who's work I like reading, however this won't be the case for most of us. Just write quality content and help other hubbers and surely you'll do well.
The most important thing is to write interesting articles on topics you're familiar with. I've seen so many hubbers write hubs and you can tell they have no interest in what they are writing and only writing it to get followers. Followers follow excellent writers who know what they are writing about. Plus, become familiar in the forums. Most people will recognise you when you regularly participate in the forums discussions. Also, read other people's hubs and leave insightful comments. Most of my followers are due to the fact that I read their hubs and if I like the hub, I comment on it and they return the favour. Hope this helps.
by Rhys Baker 6 years ago
How do I get more followers who are genuinely interested in my work?Above and beyond the standard "Write quality hubs"
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 qwark 8 years ago
I write mainly for my own enjoyment...just to see if I can do it.If ya publish and no one reads and comments, what's the purpose in publishing?Or if some read and don't respond, I see that lots on my stuff, what's the incentive to write hubs and publish?Is it just ego? i.e. "Hey I'm a...
by Randi Benlulu 5 years ago
How does someone on hubpages get a large following without writing hubs?When I am hub hopping, I have noticed that there are many people with little or no hubs and they have hundreds of followers. I see that some of them are following many people and I understand the reciprocity factor but I don't...
by Precious Williams 4 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 should have read something somewhere that makes it obvious - so apologies if...
by Escobana 5 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.
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