For me I came on here cos I wanted to see if people actually like I'm writing. So the more people who actually read the stuff, the happier I am. For me, thats the reward.
I feel the same way , except I dont really know if they read my hubs unless they say so..mind you , Im the same , read some , sadly forget to read some...life huh
I feel much better when some one make comments on my hubs rather than only joining as a fan.The most important to me is how a person
reacts with my thoughts.
I came to hubpages to get my stuff read. I am very happy to see a new fan, or a good comment. I am more interested in my reads than my Adsense account.
ha ha ha...To the lake of fire and brimestone with Adsense!
Well this is a huge deal for me, i have not met any hubber in person still feel like i know them. There is a connection through the fan base. Ok the truth is love them and more importantly when you get a comment from them on a hub it is an acknowledgement that hey we are around. I could have never known so many names online ever, this is my first community online and love it.
I like it when peole become my fan AND leave me feedback about a hub. That way I know they are a real fan.
although I have listed about 200 fans, there are very few actually comment on my hubs,,,,,, but I can never get to all the ones I have fanned either....
Fiery is one of most loyal fans to date......
Its nice to know. I always check out their profile to have an idea of who they are and leave some comments on their Hubs after reading a few. Its also nice when they leave comments on my Hub - very encouraging.
When I get a new fan it feels really awesome, to know that someone likes my writing that much!
However fans who leave fan mail and actually showed me they read my hubs mean a lot more to me then people who just fan. Leaving comments on a hub then fanning is the same way, very encouraging and it shows the took the time to read my work.
I love love love love when I get a new (real)fan. I am beginning to be able to tell the real fans from the people who hope youll fan them back, or are just clicking stuff to get a higher score. Those people do not make me happy, but they dont bother me either. I hope they get what they are looking for.
ALSO......I have become a fan of lots of people. I do not become a fan, unles I mean it. I do not post nearly as many comments as I want to. I read stuff, sometimes I am at a loss for words, sometimes its all been said, soemtimes my computer crashes. My point is, dont assume a fan means less just because they dont comment.
It's a great feeling to get new fans. It's like I get to be a mini-rockstar for writing whatever comes to mind.
Sing, dance around naked, and slide on the floor to music.... JOKE!!!!
I agree it is nice to have a comment on one's hub in connection to being a fan, but I also think if someone wants to disagree and rate you down, there should be a comment as to why so I might be better able to communicate my hub.
makes me feel pretty darn good when i get a new fan! means someone out there enjoys my writing. will probably never make any money from it, but that's ok didn't really expect to, just having a great time meeting new people, reading their hubs and coming up with my own.
I feel complimented while keeping in mind, too, that not all fans fan for "the right reasons". Lots of times, though, you can tell which ones seem "genuine" and which have other motives.
I'll tell you this...Fans are indeed great, but I find that comments are better, especially when the person encourages you to continue with your endeavors...Writers and creative people alike are so needy and so require feedback to fuel their impetus.
I feel accomplished. When I sign on and see there are new fans, I say to myself...its finally happening! Kinda like one feel when they get something done. Slow process, but, I will get there one day
by justone331 8 years ago
This jus doesnt make sense to me....I spent countless hours faning people and writing sincere comments about their hubs, but I just dont seem to get the love back..am I the only one that notices this? And if im not can someone please give me an explanation as to why people do this.......God, you...
by Kenneth Avery 21 months ago
Sept. 25, 8:08 p.m.In the last few days, I have published these two new hubs:"15 Things That Will Rogers Did Not Say""Joan Jett Coaching in The NHL?"And through above date, I have received NOT one comment. I asked Christy at Team HubPages what was wrong or was it me who did...
by hazelwood4 6 years ago
Does it bother you when you put tons of work into a Hub and nobody comments on it?
by Dennis L. Page 5 years ago
Why do people write personal fan mail notes, but yet haven't commented on an article?Am I the only one who sits in utter amazement at people who send personal fan mail notes telling you how wonderful, inspiring, creative and informative your writing is, only to find out they have NEVER even written...
by Lesleysherwood 5 years ago
Do you find that leaving comments and replying to them increases your stats, or does it take you away (time wise) from writing hubs?
by Shell Vera 5 years ago
How do you provide comments on hubs? Do you write them immediately or come back after thinking?When I comment on hubs, I typically visit at least twice. The first time when I find it and decide I want to read it, and the second time when I leave a comment. I usually set aside a day to read many...
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