Why my hubpages have no comments, and how to have people commenting on them?
I have researched and worked hard to deliver quality content. But it seems like people don't view them, and have no comments on them. What should I do?
Honest answer? If you are expecting comments from people within HP then you might not want to use duplicate content in your articles. I went to your profile and clicked an article. A large amount of it is duplicate content found in many other articles across the internet word for word. Since that is a violation of terms here, it may make some people not want to waste their time commenting. Duplicate content does not show research and quality.
What should you do? Find a way to write articles that have minimal duplicate content, none if possible. Find your own way of writing what you are trying to get across.
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peeples.....I'm so proud of you! Keith....I've said this before but YOU CRACK ME UP!
Thanks. But I don't copy, I research and compile all information across the pages, plus my own opinion. But i think you are right, my page still lacks that uniqueness.
Google phrases from your hubs, there is no chance that many of them happen to come up in other articles, they've been copied and pasted. Try erasing those parts and creating new sections of freshly written info.
Makesure the sentences you wrote are not found in google search, then you didn't duplicate
You must be pretty prolific in your writing 'cause you have a sizable bunch of articles. I have not yet read any of your articles Tran Thanh Lam, so I cannot comment on the content.
You have only been on HP for 7 DAYS!
There are thousands of members here, and it takes time for the community to notice, I guess. As you comment on others' hubs, they in turn might be tempted to visit your site, and their interest is aroused.
I think coming to this section is a good thing, because it attracts other hubbers' curiosity, and if you get some flak as you just did, I suggest you learn from it, and always always use a plagiarism checker. You will find free ones available. As you learn, you grow, and as you get known around, you will get more people to your site.
Don't be disheartened. it takes time, but you will get there, if that is what you want.
Add a statement at the bottom of the hubs asking for feedback to help get more comments.
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