I myself am an aspiring writer and have published 17 hubs thus far and well i don't have as many views and followers as i would like to have, any tips or advice would be highly appreciated.
I sugest to start with the Lerning Center here on HubPages.
http://learningcenter.hubpages.com/cate … g-traffic/
They have good tips for geting traffic and good advice on "hubpages etiquette" like reading and commenting on other peoples hubs, following other hubbers and posting a fun mail, being active in the forum or responding to comments you recieved in your hubs.
I saw some of your hubs, you have interesting subjects.
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