How do i get more commets and people reading my page?? were not allowed to promote r link in the forums so how do i get people to read my articles
You sound like you're trying to get "internal views" from other hubbers. Those make you no money at all, although they often bring comments.
If you want continual quality traffic you need your hubs picked up by search engines such as Google. That's where the money comes from. It can take a few weeks to several months for search engines to pick up articles.
right now im trying to get internal interviews the money part can come after
Great advice from WryLit, and I would also suggest, if you are looking to get internal readers, to add a pic to your profile . . . for me, I'm always much less likely to jump to a profile I see in the forum and start reading hubs if there is no picture.
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