Well.You made me surprise , after 22months of joining in hubpages. It is simple. You follow and read and comment on other hubbers hubs, whichever interest to you. It is like give and take policy. All the best.
Write interesting, original content, and participate in the community. That could mean posting relevant, insightful comments on Hubs, engaging in constructive discussion here in the forums, and/or being active in the Questions/Answers section of HubPages. Followers will come with time. Don't stress too much about it at the beginning.
Well I don't have many followers but just reply to forums, answer questions, write your own questions...
And don't follow others indiscriminately, hoping that they will follow you back. This is not Twitter and you will find that your author score will really plummet!
Write hubs that are interesting to others . I went to your site & you only have one hub so you need to write more on interesting subjects ,
I follow people that have hubs I find interesting & usually have a variety of hubs not just one.
nicknpdx, if I can offer some advice, break your profile up into paragraphs. It may seem minor, but I might not be the only one who has a hard time going any further than that wall of text.
I very much agree with CM - Don't follow people without reading their hubs just to get followers.
Read a hub I wrote called How New Hubbers Ruin Their Hubscore
Or try publishing more hubs here on HubPages on similar topics and linking them.
Also, contributing on the forums is helpful. If someone agrees with your opinion or takes interest in what youre saying, they may look at your hubs and decide to follow you. Also, if u have facebook or twitter link your articles there. It's also not a bad idea if u have time to hop hubs and contribute comments or ratings for new hubs.
by aslanlight 5 years ago
Do you follow hubbers without reading their writing first?If so how do you decide to follow them? On what criteria do you base their worthiness to be followed by you?There could be obvious answers but each individual can answer for themself.
by Jesse James 7 years ago
When I first joined Hubpages, I went, as I call it, click crazy. I was just following everyone I could in hopes they would follow me and read my hubs. Soon I realized that half of the people I followed weren't even writing on Hubpages anymore. There are so many that have wrote 2 or 3 great hubs, in...
by Peter Owen 7 years ago
Not complaining but I don't understand hub. In an attempt to get involved, I started following a lot of Hubbers. Many of them followed me back and I am seeing a dramatic increase in viewing traffic for my hubs. I guess Hub didn't like this since they took my score from 89 to currently 78 and...
by StephenCowry 6 years ago
I see the number of Followers under my name. How do we get Followers?
by Escobana 5 years ago
Let us welcome both of us to OUR new world of friendship.......nice to met you here and looking forward to know you more.....read you more......Take care and God bless you.
by uche_n2a 7 years ago
Sometime ago someone said it is a pleasant courtesy to follow whoever is following you; since then I adopted same as good practice. So when I follow someone I expect the person to reciprocate out of same courtesy.
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