Or you could just go the forums and beg for em.
Worry about getting traffic not fans if you write well and friendly here you will have fans naturally... Fanning will surely hurt your hubber score hehehe from the view point of some seasoned hubbers hehehehe...
post more in the forums and write intersting threads. It's how I got all of my fans...I think lol
Fan people , comment on hubs, post stuff.
Read this hub:
http://hubpages.com/hub/How-To-Get-A-Hu … lar-Hubber
When you get some jackiewilliam, would you mind sharing a few with me?
Craz summed it up. Make yourself visible. Unfortunately, the quiet kid in the school was always the one with the least friends - the noisiest, the funniest, the lovable rogue - they had all the mates. Hubpages is like anywhere else, hide in the shadows and no one notices you.
Be visible - participate, make some noise and ye shall be heard/noticed
LMAO frogdropping...I'm the quiet kid offline but the funny noisiest lavable rogue on here how ironic
thank you very much, I like your suggestion
yep see--she's her own example! Froggy= noisy lovable and funny and has over 500 fans!! And a 100 to boot!!
your on the right tracks keep writing good hubs and check the forums, by taking an intrest in others you will gain more fans yourself,
Most of my fans came from people who've seen me in the forum. I am the quiet kid offline and the class clown online. I take nothing seriously.
I've got a lovely bunch of coconuts....
I catch myself reading the forums a lot. Even when I don't take part. So this makes sense.
You can also do as some does.
Just fan spam people and hope for them to fan you back.
But that's kind of cheating to me.
Posting decent hubs and decent comments on other people's hubs always helps! As a lot of people have said on this thread - visibility is important...the more you are seen the more fans you'll get!
Actually the forums are good, but not the way I reckon you get the most fans. The best way is to read lots of other peopls's work (after all, you want them to read yours), then comment on the work in an informative way, i.e. a little bit more than vague statements such as "nice hub". Then join their fan club (if you like their work). This way there is a good chance they will join your fan club too, and then read YOUR work, so everyone ends up happy. Also, don't stop reading or commenting on their work once you have joined their fan clubs, as it won't be long before they realise you were "using them" to improve your fan base, and they will soon "unfan" you.
lol this is like the 3rd time Ive seen a post like this. Just be active it really is as simple as that
thank you for you all, your replies are important to me.
I think the most important is publishing good hubs that provide valuable information , and visibility also helps
Update your self to hubpages forum and create more and more informative and valuable hubs, if you will do this process your fans will be automatically increase on hubpages.
Have you considered staging an online demonstration of your ability to mimic Jackass?
Write consistently good hubs and a bunch of other stuff. Wrote a hub on my own theories called I'm A Fan You're A Fan -- it's worked for me. Everything takes time.
ha ha true but being old also helps and knowing that old adages exist for a reason
by Artin2010 9 years ago
I've come to the conclusion that in order to get people to even look at your hubs, you must post in these forums. It may help get a few more fans, but if it doesn't, what have you lost. I've come here to hubber's hangout to see if anybody will become curious about my writing. I'm guessing I'm not...
by Don Bobbitt 3 months ago
It looks like a fourth of my feed lately is comprised of new people wanting the rest of us to tell them how to write. All day I get request after request for help on passing the Quality Assessment. I mean Really? Many of your requests are just one step above being a jumble of mis-spelled words...
by vkent7441 9 years ago
So I am fairly new here and have written a few hubs, but to my surprise, no one has found my work yet. I can't seem to grow my fan base. I read a lot of everyone elses stuff and comment on everyones hubs, but I just get ignored. How do you make friends on here? How do you get your work noticed and...
by DinnerMom 8 years ago
I am a newbie at HubPages and continue to sort through all the helpful advice in the Forums. But, would appreciate input on what steps I should take to gain followers or fans. Thanks!!
by LindaSmith1 4 years ago
I took a hiatus for awhile from Hub Pages! However, in the past week or so, I have added new hubs participated in forums, asked a question or two, participated with the Hub Hopper, have read some Hubs, yet my Hubber Score is lower than it was when I was doing nothing. I don't get it!
by salt 9 years ago
Ive only 13 fans and they are, I would say, the best fans to have on the whole of hubpages... A FEW MORE WOULDNT HURT!!!!
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