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What does it mean when a Hub from your heart languishes without another Hubber's comment?
It means nothing... the hub is still from your heart and that is the essence of writing. For you... it means you are looking for confirmation of your work as being important and that should come from within. In short... write for you and the followers will eventually follow. Also... try exploring hubpages a little more... use the topic tab at the top of this screen to make sure your work is published in the best category and comment on other peoples work that impresses you.
It means you didn't spam it with enough Google Key Words? (That was just a joke.) Seriously, it just means that a reader who's as passionate about a particular topic as you are just hasn't read it yet. Give it time. There are a lot of enlightened people out there who will eventually give you the feedback you are looking for. Perhaps you can also try advertising your hubs on other websites to draw traffic? I wish you the best...
Some of the most important pieces (to me) that I have written are not the most popular pieces with others--You do great work--just keep writing, the rest follows--
I wouldn't worry about it. Us hubbers don't always get comments on all our hubs. If you have written a hub from your heart then that is great in and of itself. Personally, I am more interested by how many page views I'm getting than how many comments, although of course it is always nice to get comments. Look at comments as 'the icing on the cake' - it's a nice extra, but nothing to be concerned about if it doesn't happen.
Do you write to be read and approved of, or do you write because it is who you are and that is what you must do? Your hub will be read in time, be patient. What is important is that when you read it, you feel you achieved what you wanted to achieve in writing it.
by Giselle Maine6 years ago
While I understand that hubbers might occasionally want to share some of their own hubs with their followers, it can be frustrating to see multiple 'old' hubs shared by their owner when looking at the 'feed'. I'd...
by G. Diane Nelson Trotter2 years ago
How does one get personal comments removed from another Hubber's article and contact blocked?I asked a question about a Hub. I thought I was being respectful. I attempted to be gracious while being accused...
by Victoria Lynn6 years ago
If I find a related hub, should I ask if I can link their hub to mine? Of course, it would be mutually beneficial to both of us to be linked. Maybe we SHOULD contact the other hubbers so they will also link us to their...
by Jackie Lynnley2 years ago
Have you noticed that you must be signed in to click on a hubber's name to go to their hubs? This does not seem good to me; it keeps readers from spotting hubbers they may want to check out and the traffic we are after...
by Glenn Stok3 years ago
I went to my Global Comment Moderation Page just now to check if I have any new comments. To my surprise I saw a whole lot of them. But then upon closer scrutiny I noticed they are all mine, comments I left in other...
by The Rope8 years ago
Name one thing you learned about from another Hubber's Hub that you didn't know about before? Saw this question on Relache's interview at the "The Relache Hub" (http://hubpages.com/hub/relache#mod_46817)...
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