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Hi there, if you would like to initiate a reciprocal comment exchange please just contact me or start commenting on my hubs.
I will make five value-add comments on five of your hubs if you make five comments on any five of my hubs. If you are would like to proceed please just send me a private message saying yes, and I will start commenting on your hubs right away.
Thanks for taking the time to read my suggestion, and happy hubbing!
I think it is just a good way to encourage each other to read hubs and make them more interesting by adding comments! We would be helping each others hubs out, and maybe encourage visitors to our hubs to join the conversation!
A very good concept but somehow I feel that it will violate the rule in the way it will lead to Hub promotion. I am not sure though
Honestly it seems kind of cheesy to me. I comment on people's hubs who share similar interests, typically, or when I do searching to the answers for my questions on this whole 'writing online' deal.
You're welcome to do what you want however (w/o violating the tos of course).
Why would I want illegitimate comments on my Hubs instead of genuine ones?
As Mitzi said to Bernice and Felicia.. "Tack-o-rama!"
If I wanted comments that badly I'd just sign out and comment on my own hubs under different names.
I don't, so I don't.
i can understand the negative comments, but on the plus side I have made some connections with some hubbers, enjoyed reading their hubs and sharing my thoughts. of course doing this organically is what hubpages is all about, but i have enjoyed the reciprocal nature of exchanging comments and making one another's hubs richer.
If anyone else fancies it just let me know or comment away!
by Shauna L Bowling4 years ago
I've been a level VIII commenter for well over a year. Today, I noticed I've been reduced to level VII, yet I comment on several hubs every single day. Has anyone else experienced this? Does anyone know why my level may...
by mega18 years ago
so how do you feel about people who write hubs accept the comments and don't reply to them? I find myself doing that about 80% of the time because I run out of things to reply. also because I am a bit...
by belief7139 years ago
Any ideas on getting visitors to leave comments on your site? Does placement of the comments capsule have anything to do with it?
by Julie-Ann Amos9 years ago
In another thread trish1048 made a comment about comments - I found it a bit of a shock to be honest. I'd really appreciate other viewpoints please? What she said was: "What I greatly appreciate...
by Lesleysherwood5 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 dellea19 months ago
PROBLEM: Whenever I write a hub on a controversial subject, a number of people create new, fake hub accounts solely for the purpose of posting negative comments and feedback on my hubs and/or threatening me anonymously....
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