I have a very small number of followers! What should I do?It makes me less motivation to move on!
I began writing article on Hubpages 2 years ago,I rely on followers to spread my hub writing,unfortunately I have bigger numbers of following rather than followers.No one likes to click my FOLLOW button!What a poor luck!
I think that you need to publish more Hubs. There are two that I see that are featured, one of which is about reading novels, the other is a specialised travel article. Try to think of a niche - I am sure that a lot of people would be interested in more travel articles about getting the most out of a visit to Malaysia. It's a beautiful country, and "insider guides" to a place are always popular. Get writing and people will follow you as they want to keep up to date with your latest work. Good luck!
i joined 5 years ago, my number of followers stopped 2 years ago because i was not active, i went to another site. So, i came back and started to answer questions, read and comment other hubs at least 20 per day. That is how my followers grew
wow! that's almost 20 minutes I guess to answer the question,anyway thank you very much for your kind feedback
btw, one of your recent hub is not featured, maybe you need to check it out. Cheers!
by Susannah Birch 3 years ago
1. Ignore the number of followers & internal views. 2. Ignore hubber and hub scores. 3. Write, write, write to build up a base of quality content.4. Write on low competition topics so views increase with time. 5. Stop promoting so much when you could be writing. It's a waste of time unless you...
by Mom Kat 8 years ago
What is your personal hub goal?Do you have a personal goal here on hub pages?number of articles written?number of followers?number of accolades?earn money from google?What's your personal goal?Mine: I want to have as many (or more) articles as I do days that I have been a member. *BUT - they have...
by Gina Coole 7 years ago
I've been experimenting with Twitter for about a month (@ginacoole) and have posted sayings, quotes and jokes along with the occasional hub promotion. I've also tried including a narrative over a number of days. Although the number of readers increases each day by a small amount, I'm...
by franciaonline 9 years ago
I need help on how to restore the texts of my hubs to their original font. They have been very reader-friendly but suddenly they just became very small, as in, FONT no. 8! The older persons like me who read my hubs have got to look very closely at the pages to be able to read. Help please!
by Susannah Birch 3 years ago
Have I got your attention? Good! I see so many forum posts about people saying they rank Number 1 on Google. Let's clear something up:If you rank number one for something that ZERO people search, that still equals ZERO traffic.For instance if I rank number one for "Poem About My Dog...
by Mary Hyatt 6 years ago
My feed is full of "shares" by a Hubber. HP recommends we do not share our own Hubs too frequently, why can't that apply to multiple sharings by the same Hubber for other Hubs. I don't think they can possibly read all those Hubs, I think it's done for other reasons.
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