I don't have social media accounts. How would I promote my Hubs.
You can share your hubs over here on HP. But it's recommended that you join Pinterest, Facebook, Twitter and Google+. They're all free. If you have your own blog, website or domain, you can promote it from there. This is mentioned at the Learning Center.
Not to worry, if you don't want to create a social account to promote. Instead, you may upload YouTube videos. You get more traffic from there. Most of the population browse Youtube as they get more clarity than from web. Information might be same or more in Web but people find it interesting to watch video and learn.
So try writing hubs on which you can create videos. That would help you get more traffic.
Not worth it. Hubpages is in decline. Their ridiculous policies have driven a lot of people away.
You have been here for two days. Where are you getting this information that it is in decline.
This profile is new, yes. But I joined here years ago under a different name and had hubs and followers. So, I've seen the decline in participation here.
Do you have an alternative that you frequent now.
If you don't have social media accounts, get some. Otherwise, you're standing on the side of the road waving a sign that sez "YO! CHECK ME OUT!" while cars whizz past you without looking.
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