More than money, what is most important for me on my hubs is to get them read, for it is the thought that I want to travel far. Unless read they end up just as a pondering in isolation, I do believe some of them could make some difference in the lives of people who read them as they do in my own life as I write them. I have been putting them up on FB and Digg, but am not getting enough followers, how do I do that? Is there something wrong with the hubs which I write, in content and style?
by ruderocks 9 years ago
Hi I'm new here just wanted to introduce myself. I found this site two days ago. I plan to write allot!!!
by Kenneth Avery 5 years ago
Fellow hub bets, pro and amateurOn June 20, I published, in my humble opinion, a darn good hub . . ."How Pubic Hair Helped Lloyd Become a Man." Usually after a day or so, I get comments, but nit this time. I mean, my hub was NOT about or promoting porno or anything bad. Just real...
by BeyondGS 4 years ago
What has helped you to gain more followers of your Hubs?I think there's value in having followers to your hubs not only in increased views but getting feedback as well. I was curious what has helped you to gain more followers? I want ones to follow me because they truly enjoy reading them, so this...
by laythinker 7 years ago
There should be more health related articles
by Ben Boyce 3 years ago
The last 3 hubs I have created all were featured. Thats great. But I have only generated 3 cents in ad revenue. What should I do about this. I mostly write about camping and outdoor things. Do top ten lists fail. What kind of articles are doing good. Should I do camping recipes and try to...
by Catherine Giordano 22 months ago
HP has always said do evergreen hubs. Politics is certainly not evergreen. it has a short "shelf-life" if it is about a current event. And since I would mostly write about U.S. politics, they might have very little appeal in other countries. I use my blogs to write about politics,...
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