I published my first hub but I'm not sure if anyone knows it. How do I find out?
It is visible from your page. Stats have not update for a couple days so views won't be visible on HP. You can get more readership by participating in the answers and forums, commenting on other hubs, and sharing your article on other websites.
once you have published your hub, add a link at
http://hubpages.com/nt/2-4-175856?url=h … %2F2369767
and also other backlinks such as stumbleupon, facebook, twitter, delicious, etc. Also join in answering questions. Readers will start flowing to your hub
Hover over your username in the top black bar, and go to My Account. It'll list all of the views for your hub. To increase views, try sharing the link to your hub on Twitter, Facebook or Pinterest. This is how I receive most of my views. It might take awhile to gain followers, but stick with it, and you'll get there
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