For all experienced and gr8 hubbers,i just wana ask about as a newbie how much followers u hav got after writing 4-5 hubs.And is their a way i get followers by asking a question here
If anyone has time than just read my hub about wake up activities and tell me where i got mistakes and errors
Hm, cut out all the text speak, it will make your hub a lot easier to read, unless you want to restrict your words to those fluent in text speak. Apart from that it will also make the article slightly longer.
No,spelling isn't one of my strong points either, that's why I compose in a word processor, I also have Google Chrome installed, that spell checks everything you type, be it email, forms or what have you (it's working for me in this comment)
With respect, would you describe yourself as an expert on making money off the web? It's pretty obvious to me and probably most readers that you've just been picking up snippets off other sites.
Probably best to stick to things you know a fair bit about and can write about in such a way that your enthusiasm shines through.
Having shot you to pieces I do really wish you the very best of luck
Hello Rhtrules, welcome to hubpages...
As for followers, you won't get many unless you are noticed. There are thousands of hubbers on the site. So unless your hubs appear in the hub hopper or feature in the hottest or latest hubs section, they won't be noticed.
However if you post in the forums with interesting comments, people will often view your profile out of interest and often follow you from there.
Just be aware that if you want to make money, followers are basically a moot point. External views (google) bring you money.
Write more and the followers will come.
It's best to post the hub link in the extreme make over forum for feedback.
Thanks for posting in this forum with ur interesting comment.I am now following u.
Well can i ask for a favour will u plz just check my post naming opening the eyes....
and tell me whats u think about it
hello rhtrules...first of welcome to hubpages...i wish you all the best for your writing venture...now coming to your hub opening eyes..well i like the idea but thought hub is bit short..you can expand on it...generally i write hub with are around 600-700 words on average...
coming to follower...well forget about that...just write good hubs..participate in forums , follow other hubbers ...comment on their hubs ..answer some question..bottom line is participation ...once you do that followers would come following you...
all the best...
About your hub.
1. It is rather short, and contains a lot of punctuation and spelling errors.
2. Words like: u , reshizes, urself, ur , wana , gr8, hav, frnds, probs,-- are not real words.
3. It doesn't really give any new or useful information.
5. Suggestions to remember God, annoy your friends (frnds) and download porn, don't seem to go together.
OP's question: "how much followers u hav got after writing 4-5 hubs.And is their a way i get followers by asking a question here"
It depends on the hubs, but I guess I had about 10 to 15 followers after about 4-5 hubs.
By asking questions here, you can get followers. Other hubbers will read your hubs, and if they like them, then they will follow you.
I read your hubs. In short, they are not very well written at all. Grammar problems, spelling, punctuation, vocabulary, original content, and purpose all substandard.
If you get up early to download porn torrents, you should not admit it. It is not the kind of thing that people like to follow and it is definitely TMI.
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