All of my hubs have been featured, but there are very few comments? Is this the norm? Thanks.
What I'm finding is that most people only leave a comment if they have something to say about the topic and not just about the writing. Some of my hubs have been read by a few dozen people, yet there are no comments while some of the ones viewed only a few times have tons of comments. Check your stats though. Even if hubs meet the criteria to be featured, it doesn't necessarily mean anyone is reading them.
I just checked your profile. You need more followers. Be an active member of hubpages to get your name out there and maybe followed. Some things to do are answering and asking questions, participate in forums, anything to draw attention to yourself and your hubs.
This appears to be the norm. My hubs are well visited, but people outside of HubPages don't seem to leave many comments at all. It is not something that I would worry about unduly. Just concentrate on writing good hubs and the traffic they generate rather than people leaving comments. I read an awful lot on the internet and have only legt comments a couple of times, so I think it is just the way things are.
I appreciate all of your suggestions - duly noted; will follow through with them. Thanks.
Not sure if this is the norm, however I have learned since beginning on Hubpages that not to worry, people will find my work and those who like it most will eventually comment. As far as featured Hubs having comments the same goes for those, I do not think that most Hubbers are that worried about whether our Hubs are featured or not, its mainly the subjects that we write about. Many of my Hubs are featured and I think again its the subject matter the readers are looking for.Try to relax and enjoy the whole process and things usually fall right into place!!!
Hi Diane, I was relaxing or rewriting and missed your comment. Echoing the others reinforces that I'll just keep writing and not quit my day job and enjoy the process. More importantly, I'll use the pointers from experienced Hubbers like yourself.
Hi I've been On HP for over two years and basically having few comments is quite normal for the majority of hubbers. I notice that my hubs are read but only a few comments left and those are usually by people that I know and follow. So basically I concentrate on the quality of my hubs and the rest is usually taken care of.
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