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Did you stop following a hubber who has stopped commenting on your Hubs?
Writing is about sharing and believing in one's thoughts or ideas
Why do followers stop following or commenting on hubs?
I have recently noticed a few followers on my list who have totally stopped commenting on my hubs.
They have sent impressive fan mails to me but have not commented on any of my hubs for the last few months.
It can be frustrating or disappointing to see comments on other hubs and not mine.
I have commented on their hubs even though they haven't commented on mine.
I have noticed that my comments have not been replied to or has been deleted.
Have you experienced this problem with any of your followers?
I have stopped following those who don't comment on my hubs, I try to be active here and comment on as many hubs as possible.
Maybe, they don't feel obliged to comment on my hubs, I am not sure what is the actual problem.
Their work is as good as any but why do they choose to shun me off without a notice?
I have written for many sites and found Hub-pages to be my best writing site.
A friendly community but not all are active users.
I was surprised of their behavior but don't care because I am not like them.
I am pleased to say I have many comments from my followers who keep up their up-to-date visits.
They don't miss out on reading and truly commenting.
Did you stop following followers who stopped commenting on your hubs?
Writing is challenging and there are some envious writers or some selfish writers, as a writer one has to put up with all sorts.
A community should be friendly and helpful.
After all, we are here to write and share and expect comments from our followers.
Being loyal to ourselves and others is a great start in the writing field.
You never know your true community unless you experience something like I have over the time here.
However, they have completely stopped commenting on my work.
I would tell you directly if I knew a hub was not good enough.
Are we helping each other here or just writing for ourselves?
Most writers go through such experiences and when it comes to confrontation they drift away.
I felt disappointed when I did not see my comment.
I spent time reading and commenting and to not to see my comment afterward that did make me think even more about the problem.
I had then realized that person is not interested in my work.
They have commented on other hubs, and I haven’t yet had a comment from that follower.
Do you feel frustrated, or disappointed when a follower stops commenting on your hubs for no reason?
There has to be a reason for one to stop following you, or to stop commenting on your hubs.
I now have over three hundred followers and hopefully, I would have more over time and would still be here to share my work to all my readers.
Why do followers send great fan mail notes but don’t show interest in commenting on hubs?
When you follow someone do you not expect them to comment on your hubs?
So you get this so-called encouraging fan mail and you get all excited about it, but what for?
Do you think I am taking this to heart and making a big issue of the situation?
I am with Hubpages for over a year and have met many friendly Hubbers.
Those who send their false fan mails and don't comment are just trying to be nice, or don't have the time to comment on my hubs.
If it is not important to respond to anyone's hubs then why are you writing here, and sending such fan emails?
Most Writers want to earn dollars and can't see beyond the dollar sign.
They don't care much about their followers.
Not every person here wants to earn dollars.
Most writers write for pleasure and comment on what they find most interesting to them.
The fan mails makes one feel uplifted, courageous and makes one to share their knowledge even more with others.
Writers here have their own needs in writing for Hubpages and not many are active on a daily basis.
I do fully understand that it time is often not enough with the day jobs and other daily activities.
No feedback from any of my hubs makes me feel less worthy as a writer!
If anyone enjoys reading my work they should also show it in their comments is that right?
We support each other in the writing field by knowing that what we write is useful to another by reading their valuable comments, or opinions.
If you don't receive comments how would you know if your work is good enough?
What you need is a critic to prove that to you.
One has to let a writer know how they feel about their articles on line.
A fair opinion wouldn't hurt anyone, but instead would broaden their knowledge about writing as they go along.
Does it need attention, and what can one do to improve their work on line?
Fan mail on the other hand can be left to inspire writers and not for the special reason of commenting and just to make the writer feel welcomed here.
Most writers don't feel obliged to comment on hubs after sending fan mails.
Usually fan mails are sent after hubs have been read.
Comments may not be necessary for everyone.
If a follower has been commenting for a while and then suddenly stops how would that make you feel?
I however, feel commenting on hubs is very important, it is gives one something not to only look forward to, also, to know more from their reader's opinions. It is most helpful to read comments.
I always read and comment directly. It is about supporting each other and working together as a friendly community, if that means anything on hub pages.
You are part of a community sharing and believing in one another does count for what we are active daily on here.
It is a basic courtesy that I fail to understand from most of my followers.
If you accumulate your followers and use that as your main target to accomplish your goals here then you are not getting the real point at hub-pages.
What would you accomplish here if you don't work together?
Interacting is how you achieve your goals on Hub pages.
Sometimes it can be intimidating to comment you don't know what to say about a specific topic.
If you read and understand it thoroughly you can comment with great thought.
I think the best is to eliminate the followers who don't care for commenting especially, if they were commenting and have stopped responding to your hubs.
Those who delete your comments are simply not worthy to your list.
Support works both ways.
Most writers don't work the same way some enjoy reading comments, and others feel there is no need to comment.
While some writers feel commenting is important and you find that views are not always the most important part of their writing.
If you want an opinion about your writing then comments are most useful.
Whichever you way see it I have my opinion, and that is to forget them.
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