Because it's weird and obscure. But that's ok, I still love HubPages for giving me a platform to write down and share my thoughts.
Thank you HubPages.
lovetherain people may read what you write but just not leave comments.
I know I read your works and others but I dont always leave a comment because there is nothing I feel I can say that's relevant. I think here, they dont encourage us to leave just complimentary comments. The comments ideally should be informative and connected to the article.
So dont give up, okay?
True, @lovetherain and @threekeys.
You may be assessing by your counted comments which is not the case. We comment only if we find some words to add to it. Otherwise, simply read and enjoy.
I keep reading both of your articles and poems, even though not all.
One of the reasons may be that your titles are not well done for the most part. Also, writing about poetry and personal views does not generally bring in views. You have to make people interested enough to want to come to your page, but when titles are too general, personal or boring, people will click away. They don't care about what YOU think, they want answers to their questions or information THEY need.
Maybe you just need a little time for it to sink in before the proper viewers see it. Sometimes we just have to take a second for the right audience to show up. The audience for your articles may not be on at the moment.
LTL, Im not sure how long you've been writing on HP, but for most of us, we are not an overnight sensation. It takes months, sometimes even years, to build up a following. I'll never forget my first hub, a short story. I hit the publish button and waited for the reviews, but it was two whole months before the first comment came through. I decided to do some research and learn what HP readers wanted. That helped a little, but not a lot. One of the things that helped me, and still gets me followers, is the comments that I leave on other people's hubs and in the forums. The old Golden Rule works here the same as it does in the outside world. Hang in there.
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