Which do you think is more important in deciding to read a hub or a blog?
-do you value author's name,hub title, hub score, hubber's score or attractive photographs?
I would say the hub title matters most because it's an indication of the hub's subject matter.
blogs or hubs are your thinkings, personal writing that you share with your fellow hubers,titles have their roles to play,obligations also make you read them,but in the end only the quality of hub is that matters.
For me it is the title and the first paragraph. If the title is catchy and the first paragraph is well written and easily understood, that indicates to me that the rest of the hub should flow just as well. But if it is a topic that intrests me, I will keep reading and do my best to make sense of it. After all, I can always ask a question if I get too confused.
For me Hub title is important because it is the first thing that we will see before seeing the content.
Information is important which is Irrespective of author, grammar and other gleaning appearance. What you want to share counts more than anything else. So i prefer to get the point across instead of score,pics,author and page design.
The title can draw you in but the content is what keeps you reading.. and hopefully thinking!
Firstly I decide I choose my favorite topic (and it might vary everyday ) and then I choose the hot or the best ones from my favorite topic.
Yes when I joined I use to read the more popular authors hubs ,with good hubber score ,but now I prefer to read the topics I like and then it can be of author who has just published 1-2hubs.
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