Do you always discuss both sides of a subject inorder to keep fans interested ?
Well, I see two options.
Play one side and ignore the other completely, that way the reader might get offended and it might make a buzz and attract readers.
Or play both sides and maintain an interesting perspective on a controversial topic
The second one might not get the hub as many readers, but it will make you seem nicer, thus encouraging readers to go to another of your hubs or join your fan club.
I try to do the latter
You took the time to answer the question.It is always good to express both sides of a subject.It holds the interest. Enjoying the journey.Peace.
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