I have noticed a personal habit forming and would like your opinion. When I come across a hub that I like, I often just give it a positive feedback rating and move on. Rarely do I leave a comment on a hub page anymore. My question is: Which is more effective/valuable a positive feedback rating or a relevant comment?
In my opinion, positive and negative feedbacks are both relevant comments in a hub. It will just depend on how a person presents it. In my case, I usually write the good points about the hub and points out the area that needs improvement. These comments will help the writer to improve especially the new hubbers.
Have a great week!
Bryce I do that if there really is nothing to add comment wise but I have started doing a new thing too. If I do choose to leave a comment I try to include a keyword or something relating to the title. Don't know if it helps because I don't think google picks up keywords in comments but figured it couldn't hurt.
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