Do more comments attract more visitors?
If a Hub gets large number of comments from the readers, does it get more visitors as the content size of the hub is large?
yes and no. The comments themselves do not attract more visitors. But if someone that has 600 followers comments on your hub, then all 600 of them notice that, that person has commented. So each one of them can read your hub as well.. So it can benefit you to have lots of comments on your hubs, but the comments themself do not mean more people will come to your hub.
by GoogleCashMoney 9 years ago
Dear Hubbers,I have publish around 11 Hubs and my Hublinks are as follows:<snipped link><snip> <snip><snip><snippety snip> <snip><snip> <snip><snip><snip><snip--DO NOT START POSTS FOR THE PURPOSE OF LINKING> I have receive lots...
by Bikash jha 7 years ago
we all know comments effect mind of new readers who are unknown to our previous works, now the question is will you approve bad reaction of your readers on your hubs?dont you think people should know fair things about your hub not only good things but also other kind of responses?
by Mahaveer Sanglikar 6 years ago
Does more key words attract more visitors to a Hub?
by aoiffe379 7 years ago
Why are profile scores, hub scores,comments and visitors to the hub in conflict?I have had a profile score as high as 91; but it usually never drops below 85. I have been tracking my statistics and the highest score for any hub has been 77. Though the hub scores fall, I have not seen any below 56....
by Mark Johann 4 years ago
I have many hubs with lots of comments. What will happen if new visitors on my hub would scroll endlessly at the bottom? Won't they get bored and move?
by Karla Iverson 6 years ago
MG Singh wrote a hub on gun control in the U.S. There are a lot of comments on it. I also wrote a comment, with my opinion (which had its origins in a research paper I wrote for a public health class a couple of years ago).Jackburton had already written a comment that was almost a hub in itself....
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