hi i'm new but how do you get people to view your page or comment anything to know someone is reading you page
If you select my account in the top right corner of hub pages you will see a list of your hubs with there score, how many views there are per day etc and how many comments are on those hubs. If you then choose a hub you can click stats at the top of your hub and see where those views came from.
A good way to garner a few clicks is to participate in the forums. Hubbers tend to be curious about who they are discussing things with and the first clicks often come from there.
I hope this helps.
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