Friends m new here so could you tell me how to get good readership for my hubs?
The best thing to do is go to the Learning Center (find the link at the bottom of the page here) and read up on how to write a good hub, how to get traffic, and so on.
But you also have to write hubs that are informative, well-written and substantive. The one hub you've written is short and doesn't say a whole lot. You say you are a blogger - Hub Pages isn't a blogging site so the one hub you've written isn't going to work here. If it's purely personal, you'll get a notice from the moderators about it.
Hub Pages expects articles - not to say you can't include your personal experience, but you need to include some hard info as well. Use your journalism degree to help you write articles, not blog posts.
Having said all that -- Welcome to Hub Pages! You'll find that if you are sincere about improving your hubs and learning, you will find a lot of friendly, helpful people on the forums.
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by JiveTalkinRobot 7 years ago
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by Mary Craig 5 years ago
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by Sondra Rochelle 3 years ago
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by JessBraz 4 years ago
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by Phyllis Doyle Burns 3 years ago
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