What is your favorite way to discover new hubbers?
There are so many great hubpage contributors how do you find the ones that write about things that interest you the most. Is it through hub hopping, Q&A's that are interesting, forum discussions, comments on other hubs / your own hubs, a google search that resulted in a hub? All of the above? Just curious how others find people they like to consistently read.
I have found a lot of hubbers by simply exploring the topics i'm interested in and looking through the hubs. Usually one or two will jump out at me. A well written hub usually means a good hubber is behind it!
Every time I write a hub, I check out the related hubs list. This will then help me to find the topics that are of interest. I then try to comment on the post and link up with all the other participants. This method has really helped me to meet new people.
by carol stanley9 months ago
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by Angie Jardine5 years ago
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by Veronica Bright9 years ago
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by Greensleeves Hubs5 years ago
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by [ Danson Wachira ]4 years ago
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by Ben Guinter7 years ago
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