I find hubs interesting when they get me to think. I like when people force my brain to exercise through a magic known as language.
I'd say that for a hub to be interesting to me it would have to strike a chord of either harmony or dissonance. If it's harmony that I feel in it, then great, I'll be more likely to 'follow' the author. If it's dissonance, then I'd be more likely to comment and mention what I feel is a flaw and why.
There are things also that I may have a random curiosity about that may draw me in as well. if it's well written I may comment as well. I wish there was a way to set book marks within hubpages so one could get back to them as a reference in the future.
When it is not a hub that has been drafted by welfare recipients looking to make easy money and actually has some thought put into it
I agree with all of you.
If a title is catchy, can raise my attention and can 'persuade' me to read it - then it may be a good hub.
If it also makes me wonder and ask something about it, then it is the best.
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