I may potentially aspiring journalist and I joined hubpages about 12 days ago, have written 12 hubs and have gotten about 300 views and I'm trying to think of the best and fastest way to become more widely read and create a larger network of followers.
What do you guys think?
There are no shortcuts. To be widely read, you have to read and comment widely. You should follow others out of interest, then hope others may do likewise for you. Also, you can get some limited exposure by joining the 30 hubs in 30 days challenge.
by TomRy 6 years ago
Benefits of sharing Hubs?Can someone explain what the benefits of sharing Hubs are? Everyday on my page I see that the majority of the Hubs are being shared.Should I be sharing that much?
by Sally Gulbrandsen 10 months ago
Have you noticed that the high earners on HubPages appear to follow very few writers themselves?Could it be said then, that it is more important to have a following than it is to follow back other writers and Are we spending too much time commenting at the cost of writing new content?
by Athul M R 5 years ago
Do you use twitter to promote your hubs ?i use my twitter account to promote my hubs , but I get a maximum or 6-7 visits from it. can you give me advice on how to drive more traffic from twitter ?i have 1000+ followers and I use bit.ly to track clicks on my link
by Lisa Vollrath 21 months ago
Why is there no longer an option to share Hubs on Twitter? It looks like it's been replaced with Flipboard, which seems like a weird choice.
by ballfan92 7 years ago
What's the best and fastest way to create a network of Hub readers?I may potentially aspiring journalist and I joined hubpages about 12 days ago, have written 12 hubs and have gotten about 300 views and I'm trying to think of the best and fastest way to become more widely read and create a larger...
by CZCZCZ 5 years ago
Whats best strategy to get more followers on hubpages?
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