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How do you get articles to keep showing up on hubpages.com/feed?
I'm always intrigued when I log into hubpages.com/feed and I see writers who keep popping up on the first page with articles they published months ago. Admittedly I am horrible at marketing and promoting my hubs and therefore, I am curious how the pros manage to pull this fete off? Everyday I learn more and more while plodding along here on HP.
They show up because someone has shared their article. When someone reads a hub and they think others would be interested in it, they share it.
When someone you follow shares, or comments on your hub, or when you respond to a comment, it will pop up on the feed.
Many hubbers also like to comment on one of your hubs, after you have commented on one of theirs-- a way of sort of repaying the favor.
Also I have found that, especially when you comment on a new hubber's work, they often look up your profile, read something of yours and comment.
Thanks for the great question-which had already been answered. I have always wondered this myself. I like you keep learning something new every day here. Perhaps I'll visit and comment on one of your hubs and we can see if it shows up on the feed?
Honestly speaking, writing is my passion. Neither I am a commercial writer nor write to earn money. Whatever I write it comes from within to wind friends. I follow the good stuff and that is the inside story.
Articles appear in the feed when:
(a) It is first published
(b) Somebody makes a comment on it
(c) Somebody shares it.
You can can comment on or share your own article to achieve this, or wait for one of your followers to do it. To share it, open the article and click on the link on the side bar to share with your followers. This is a good strategy to use occasionally, to keep your hubs active and in the limelight, but you may find your followers start to get annoyed if you promote yourself too often!
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