Become someone's follower. Most hubbers will return the favour and follow you.
I don't have many followers, but this is from other people's experience as well as mine. Writing plenty of good hubs always helps.
Commenting on other people's hubs is also very useful.
If you really enjoyed a hub, share it on hubpages and/or social media and mention that you did so in your comment.
Answering questions and participating in forums (which I don't do much) also gets you known to others with similar interests.
If you publically appreciate someone's work or get into a conversation with them in the comments, and are following them, or then follow them, then that person is likely to follow you back.
Following 100's of people will get you an unbalanced following/follower ratio, like 1,2000 following and 62 followers, and that itself is a turn-off for me and perhaps others.
People like to be followed as individuals, not as part of a list.
I'm no expert on this, but your hubs are all about fish. That's fantastic for anyone who keeps fish, or has an interest in them. It may be that people don't particularly want to read lots of fish hubs, and they would be notified every time you published a new one. If you publish useful information, the search engines will send traffic, which in the long run is more important than having followers. I've seen profiles of people who've been here years, have lots of hubs, but hardly any followers. Good luck with your hubpages venture.
by Missing Link 11 years ago
Hello,I've been working hard over the past six months per hubpages and have what I think are a number of nice, interesting hubs. They are getting read quite a bit but few other hubbers choose to follow me. I sometimes will run a query of a topic I'm interested in (like the singer Neil...
by Escobana 8 years ago
Let us welcome both of us to OUR new world of friendship.......nice to met you here and looking forward to know you more.....read you more......Take care and God bless you.
by CZCZCZ 8 years ago
Whats best strategy to get more followers on hubpages?
by Kent Peligrino 8 years ago
Hello,I am new here in HubPages. Just signed up for an account a few days ago and I barely got any followers. I would like to know some tips on how to increase my number of followers aside of course, from writing a great hub and following other hubbers.
by Randi Benlulu 7 years ago
When you are notified of a new follower, how do you respond?Do you go to their page and check them out? Do you read any of their hubs? Do you mke sure that they are legitimate? I have a lot of followers who seem to be advertisers. Hubpages are really good about weeding them out but I do see many...
by kapde1 8 years ago
How to get more followers on hubpages?What is the benefit of having more followers? Having more followers increase views of hubs or there is any other benefit? If yes, then how can one increase followers?
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