I'd like a feed back on my hub...blah blah blah blah. Why so many people on hubpages wants feedback?
Is this a way of garnering traffic from hubbers or what?
I think it has a lot more to do with people wanting to make sure their hubs are up to par with what the site requires.
That is what the Learning Center is for. So instead of inundating the question and forum section with such general questions, it is better to study the Learning Center as to how to create a stellar hub which passes QAP.
Some hubbers are genuine in their quest. They want feedback as to how to make their hubs more hub-worthy so to speak. However, there are others who are "wanting feedback" just to garner attention to their hubs, pure and simple. They want others to look at their hubs in order to get as much traffic as possible from other hubbers who will possibly refer their friends and family to the hubs in question.
Yes what Grace said. You will find 99% of the hubs they ask for advice on have very few or no views. Mostly it is a way of generating views. A few are genuine and are experiencing problems getting featured etc.
In my case, if a hub is unfeatured we get an email telling us, there is a link in the email for us to ask for help to get it featured.
As many Hubs are getting unfeatured my guess is that's the reason there are so many wanting feedback, they are clicking on the link.
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