What is the benefit of following or having followers?
Additionally, what are some tips for attracting followers?
You have the opportunity to develop great relationships with people. They grew from what you have to offer and you grow from their questions and comments. If your into a specific topic, thinking about and finding out answers your followers have that are related to that topic makes you even better at it.
With followers, you have a number of advantages. Your visibility on hubpage platform increased and you are noted by other hubbers. They also presume that you are serious on this platform. Above all your traffic will be increased and your viewership also improves. Moreover by reading hubs of your followers, your knowledge also gets polished and it will surely boost up your over all knowledge as well confidence too. Further comments from your followers help you how your hubs being treated and it gives you useful tips for further improvement. Thus by following and having followers, both parties are mutually benefiting. So never miss this golden opportunity by following and get followed by others. Encourage your followers and thank them whenever they post their comments.
Following other Hubbers means you get email updates regarding their latest Hubs, so you can read Hubs by Hubbers that you want to read.
Having followers not only boosts your writer's ego, but also alerts other Hubbers when you publish a new Hub, which increases the chances that it will be read and possibly shared with others.
There are some very informative and entertaining writers on here. I need to get started following! Thanks, Rock_nj
HubPages is like a box of chocolates; you never know what you're going to find next. There certainly is a wide variety of content on HP, and some of it is quite unique and creative. Welcome to HubPages Stacey!
Honestly. I like to write,but have to say I need others' comments to make me feel that I'm contributing something valid or not.
When I follow,I check first if I can offer constructive comments or friendly "me too" comments. If I have no interest in a person's views and attitudes I don't follow.
People on hubpages don't have to be insulting about your effort for you to get the helpful message when they feel you need help.
And besides,I like to see notifications and comments of any kind,makes my life more interesting. Sad as that sounds.
by Jackie Lynnley 3 years ago
I notice some hubbers publish two or more hubs at a time and just wondered if there is a benefit to this? Seems it would be harder having to answer double or more the comments if you don't get less because of publishing multi; or do comments not really amount to anything in the tally of things?...
by Angie Jardine 5 years ago
Do people really read the hubs of people they follow?Is it just me but I tend not to follow too many hubbers because I would never have time to write if I read all the hubs they submit. Perhaps I’m being naive here … but it seems disrespectful to follow them and then not read their work. Do...
by Justin Choo 5 years ago
Since yesterday I had a deluge of new members "following" me. Never happened in my 3 years here. Is there some sort of spam going on?
by Christy Kirwan 6 weeks ago
Check out the latest HubPages blog post for an update from Paul Edmondson and HP staff on the latest Maven partnership development. Maven is now accepting applications for qualifying Hubbers to become Mavens! Details are in the post.
by Claudia Tello 6 years ago
I just read a Hub about apple pie recipes that got a huge amount of comments, I couldn't believe my eyes when I saw that a food & cooking related hub had such response when mines barely get 3 or 4 comments and are equally good quality articles. What am I doing wrong?!?!
by Cagsil 7 years ago
Hey Hubpages Staff,I've been a member for 15 months now and have been told countless times that "Share with Followers" is NOT to be used by the author of a hub.Then why is it that the FEED is loaded with Hubbers promoting their own work?
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