visit other profile and post comments so that they too will do the same.
Networking is important on the Hub and you should do your share of it. Look at it from this perspective. There are two reasons that people come here. They are writers and they want to share their work and/or they are readers and want to experience the work of others. Reading other's work and giving them feedback also gives you exposure. At the same time and in my opinion, I think you have to create some interesting work as a writer to truly have growing success. From that standpoint, you need to be creative, imaginative, unique, and write with a style that is truly you. If you are geniune, grab the reader's attention and hold it, you will gain popularity on this site.
Most of the popular people post funny, interesting things on the forums (or as hubs). Try that
Write interesting unique articles. Visit other people articles and leave intelligent interesting comments. Try to pick new subject matter that has few existing articles to write on.
by Ritsos 7 years ago
I'm always looking to expand the topics I write as a lot of my interests are fairly minority and so don't expect a lot of page impressions, but I also like to write 'news/political comment' articles and wondered how these tended to do from an earnings perspective. On the one hand, they mainly by...
by Evan Martin 4 years ago
I just started writing here a couple of days ago and I really like it so far but I wanna network and connect with more people. How do some people have over 1000 followers, is it because they have been here for awhile or do they just write awesome articles? Also if you could drop any hints on how to...
by K Kiss 15 months ago
Is it possible to make $300 a month from hubpages?I have been hubbing for 2 years now and earn about 50-70 dollars a month from adsense but was wondering how to and whether it is indeed possible to earn 300-400 dollars a months.Please share you own experiences if you life.
by Marcus T Caine 8 months ago
I have been writing for Hubages for over a year and I am still trying to figure out how to get my readers to comment on my articles. Is this something hubbers should even worry about?
by Curtis 5 years ago
So I was wondering, why is it that, well established hubbers write articles that are super short, yet, they get tonnes of comments and praises and I write really detailed hubs and I'm lucky to get just a couple of comments. Obviously it's because they've got more hubs and have being writing longer,...
by Peg Cole 3 years ago
What do you like the most about writing articles on Hub Pages? The least?The Hub Pages community is changing daily with the influx of new members and new guidelines. What do you enjoy the most about the opportunity to write here and why?Are there things you would like to see change? Please explain...
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