Do you find comments useful on your hubs?
A lot of comments just seem to be saying things like "good job". Do we just like to see comments or do you find them useful?
It lets you know in a way that you have done something right.it just say a little and not a lot.I think more is added depending on the hub.
Absolutely. Most of the comments I see are actually useful to me, including ones that make corrections on errors I made, which is always appreciated.
I may not be in total agreement with you on this, most of the comments are discussions, they are pretty useful and insightful. I feel most if not all comments are a value addition to the page.
Yes. The "good job" comments are encouraging. I wish there were more comments, especially on the recipes. I would love to hear about how people have experimented with them.
Some are more useful than others, but like Heuchera mentioned, even the "good job" is encouraging.
Also, Heuchera, if you read this, I will try your recipes over the next few weeks and will be happy to leave you feedback.
Although a good hub is encouraging by some standards it is almost an equivalent to SPAM comments guys.
C'mon, everyone can go around posting great hub on each hub they see, does that add any value to the hub or your work?
If you are going to post a comment make it useful and make it reflect on the topic. You can add good hub or great hub in there as well, but don't just write good hub and continue, that comment is useless!
Yes! Often I find the topic for my next Hub in one of the comments made by others. I also welcome the varied points of view from others, which can also provide me with a new topic to write on.
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