What is the secret to getting lots of comments on hubs?
Why do some hubbers get like 50 comments within minutes then others get one or two comments in a whole day?
1. They have better communication skills.
2. Their keywords have clicked the right way.
3. Their titles are well chosen and are captivating.
4. They have worked on their profile.
5. Their articles are better rated.
6. Their profile is high rated thus drives more traffic.
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Hubs that really speak to a persons emotions and/or that answer a need tend to get the most comments quickly. Make sure your hubs appeal to these things if you want more comments.
You can also do things like polls and ask questions of the reader at the end of your hubs. "So how would you do this? etc. as that invites people to comment more
1. Make sure your hub is of interesting topic, that people of different views can be interested in.
2. Choose very simple titles! Very simple! Just think about how you would search it in Google, you probably will not search "Methods of making really outstanding rainbow roses", but you may search "how to make rainbow roses"
3. Comment on others (but thoughtfully)
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