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!!!!
Read more hubs and leave nice comments.
Publish nice and useful hubs.
Whenever people fan you, fan them back.
Look for good hubbers of interest to you and follow their updates....
You shall be fine..
In addition to the HubNugget Forums, HubMobbers Forum has writing challenges that generate comments to your Hubs if your write on their weekly topics. So other than that....I could be your fan???
If you do as shamelabboush has posted then with time you will get a lot of fans, keep checking the forums as well,
You all took the words from my mouth. lots of reading and posts will help you get noticed in a good way.
Vote for your favorite Hubber who has been nominated as a Hubnugget Wannabe! This is the site you go to for reading the 10 best hubbers, out of 3,000, then select your favorite! People will get to know you in various Forums, also ask questions and reply to the answerers, develop "Hub-Relations".... not a real word, I sometimes try to be cute that way!
http://hubpages.com/hub/Signs-That-You- … -HubNugget
Anyway, this is not my Hub site, but it's a great one for reading good Hubs and getting to know fellow Hubbers...
I see you attracted many fans coz of your nice approach! Glad you're popular now.
by Artin2010 8 years ago
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by whooops 8 years ago
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by jackiewilliam 8 years ago
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by ryankett 8 years ago
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