I've been on hubpages almost 4 weeks and I think I'm doing OK, but I've noticed when I read other people's hubs they tend to get a lot of comments and advice from other hubbers. Am I doing something wrong? Should I be interactng with the "hub community" more? I'd love some more feedback on my hubs!
MissE - I was just over looking through your hubs - welcome to hubpages
You've made a great start and you seem to have clicked with what the site is all about - I left a long comment on one of your hubs, with some advice.
Honest you're doing a fine job as a new member of the site!
I too have looked over your hubs and believe that you're doing fine. I try to read as many hubs as I can and always try to comment on each one I read. Participating in the forums is another great way to meet others here, mainly because it's as close as you can come to live chat. I fanned you by the way and am really looking forward to your progress
Hi MissE, welcome to HubPages. When you become a fan of others, you will get email notices of their new Hubs. One may get lotssssss of emails but you least know of fan Hubs to go read n comment.
Welcome to HP MissE. I checked out your hubs too and agree you are writing just fine. Great tips on camping, by the way.
Staying active in the community (forums, commenting on hubs)is a great way to get feedback and build your fan base. There is a ton of great knowledge here on HP to help you earn some money or just recognition.
Thank you everyone!!! Your responses have been so quick and positive! I guess I will keep on truckin'!
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