Here is some food for you to eat and digest. You are love you are peace you are free this is who you are. Thank you. Go in peace.
I notice that many of your hubs are religious material. You would think that with the interest both ways in these forums that many of the posters would visit. Being on the 'other' side may bias my opinion but I beleive that most of the religious 'posters' are totally self absorbed with their own thing, many of them do not even have hubs.
What many people do is to trawl the forums making sycophantic comments about other peoples hubs in the hope that they will return the favour, also dropping in randomly to make some bland comment like "how are you today" often causes a return favour by them looking at a hub.
Otherwise you could be satisfied, like me, with not getting comments that you don't need, treasuring those few that do matter, and looking more at how many visitors you get from outside hubs which is what really matters.
Good luck with it. By the way if you read someones hub and leave a comment it is kinda hub manners for them to return the favour.
Peace, love and an unlimited supply of jellybabies !
aw don't be sad. comments will come. you should try participating in a lot of the hubmob topics. that's a great way to not only generate traffic, but you'll also get a lot of comments too. believe me, some of the worst hubs i ever written here got a lot of comments from the hubmob exposure, than the ones that i actually did a great job on without the hubmob.
~schoolgirlforreal you may be penalized by the HP team for requesting for comments in your hubs. Don't do it. Its a bad practice. If you want to get suggestion you can use extreme hub makeover forum for constructive criticism where you can post some of your hub links and ask for suggestions.
~Be patient. Your recent hubs are sales hub. Usually people don't comment much in these hubs. But still you get some feedback as they get aged.
~Don't die. We don't have a graveyard here in the forum.
No penalty for begging for comments - it is promoting your own hub that is against the rules.
Word of advice: write quality hubs and the comments will come; don't go begging for comments because it's a turn-off to many.
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