Having zero feedback and so few comments
I'm having hardly 100 view a day with absolutely zero feedback and just 5 comments in all my hubs .. been here for 8 days now, is that normal?
Every time you write a hub and get a comment, always answer as quickly as you can then click on the hubbers link and read their hubs. Not only is it polite to do so, but it will get other hubbers noticing you and your work. Whatever you do, do not randomly 'follow' to many people at once without reading their hubs first. Just take a look at the hubs that interest you and then make a great comment, as that film 'The field of dreams' said, build it and they will come! lol! Oh and welcome to Hubpages!
Dude, you've only been here for eight days. You gotta give people some time to find you.
don't worry. Maybe the hubs that you wrote aren't much sought by people now. Try writing those popular or ever green hubs. I tried that and worked once, though....
ever green hubs? what's that? ... plus I'd prefer writing about what I find interesting and experienced myself :l .. I don't know.
Evergreen hubs mean stuff that you will find all year round such as gardening, recipes health and so on. things that people always want to know, good luck
It takes time to build a loyal following. This number will grow slowly.
Keep writing on topics you enjoy, follow hubbers who have similar interests with, comment on people's hubs and be an active HubPage member.
HubPages is a very supportive community with a lot of similar goals. Keep at it and you will see those numbers steadily grow.
Welcome to HubPages.
Rome wasn't built in a day and neither are followers and people commenting on a newbie's hubs. I would suggest looking at hubs that interest you, leave a comment, follow the writer and send them fan mail. Eventually some of these writers will follow you back and thus the domino phenomenon begins. You will soon discover those hubbers who you really like and hopefully your actions will be reciprocated. Best wishes and I hope you enjoy your stay here on HP.
Hi and welcome to HP. You are very new hear and if you're already getting 100 views per day, I think that's a great start. When you write for HP you learn to be patient because there are many things to learn here, one of which is that comments and views can come slowly until you become known.
This will happen if you write quality articles of interest to people.
Don't worry about it! I also started off with very little views and now three months later my first hub has over 60, 000 views and approximately 55 comments, which for me seems very reasonable. Anyways, try writing articles that capture most peoples' attention in general. Topics such as dating advice, signs and recipes are the most searched up on google, bing, etc.. Write things that will attract people to read, and even if it wasn't something that captivates your attention, you will feel good and successful about something you've written. Also appear friendly in the articles so that will enforce people to want to comment good luck!
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