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.
by Greensleeves Hubs 5 years ago
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by Dan Harmon 6 years ago
Well, I got my first nasty comment today; the question is how to respond. The comment is on a hub about personal integrity and morality standards going down hill.Comment:wilderness probably got beat up as a child sure judge everyone but yourself because your perfect F.A.G.E.T ...
by Learn Things Web 5 years ago
Are you more likely to leave comments on hubs that receive responses from the hub owner?I always respond to comments I receive on my hubs. Do you think people are more likely to leave comments when they see responses from the hub owner to previous comments? Have you ever decided not to comment...
by Aya Katz 9 years ago
Are we penalized on our hubscore when we post a comment in the language in which a hub is written to a Hubpage that is not in English written by someone else?
by Karen Metz 8 years ago
When you receive a comment on one of your hubs, do you always post back with a comment? Or, just when there is something to post back about. For example if someone just comments that it is a nice hub, do I need to comment back to them? Thanks!
by Tamarii2 9 years ago
WHAT IS THE HIGHEST COMPLIMENT CAN YOU GIVE A HUB WRITER?
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