I noticed this with some writers who have been on HP for two years or more. They will choose to respond directly to some comments and ignore the others. Doesn't it make you feel like not commenting on these writers hubs? Your thoughts please.
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Well leaving a thank you reply on in the comments is okay. We understand the time crunch for some people.
MT everyone should be treated equally. Thanks for responding.
You are right, everyone should at least leave a thank you in the comments to acknowledge their appreciation for the comment.
I try to get back to comments made within a day. I appreciate the hubbers who take time to read through and comment. I also realize that many people read the hub but do not comment, that's OK too. However, with the increased number of followers, I a
That's true, at least a thank you will show some appreciation to hubbers that read through and give a comment.
I used to do the odd even thing too but some people will still come back to reply and we will have this never ending conversation so I sometimes leave the visitor with the last word...lol
I agree with you and I don't expect everyone to respond to something like "great hub", I on the other hand still say thank you. If the comment is spam I delete it.
In the case of conversations then the author is acknowledging their reader. I am tal
Hi Maggie, I understand your point, but I was referring to people who deliberately chose to skip some responses. For instance a hub get 10 comments but you only choose to respond to 2 of those comments directly.
I have to admit that I have been awful at replying to comments lately - actually for a long time. It just depends on my schedule. I do try to read hubs by the commenter, and sometimes I leave comments unpublished until I have time to read their hub.
Hi Cardisa! I suspect that unless it's a question or a comment they like, they don't bother to respond.
Thanks BigEd, same to you too.
Well, the question is about responding to comments on one's own hubs. Whether or not people comment on your hubs is a different issue.
I feel the same way WE. Thank you for a wonderful answer.