i'd hope so. one of the reasons hubs are written is so you can see how others relate to you.
Yes I do. How else would I know whether what I wrote was read or not?
Absolutely yes, it is feels great to receive comments, improves me for the better.
You bet! I'm such a comment whore. lol! I like reading what people have to say on my work, good or bad~
by GoogleCashMoney 10 years ago
Dear Hubbers,I have publish around 11 Hubs and my Hublinks are as follows:<snipped link><snip> <snip><snip><snippety snip> <snip><snip> <snip><snip><snip><snip--DO NOT START POSTS FOR THE PURPOSE OF LINKING> I have receive lots...
by Stephanie Henkel 6 years ago
How do you react to hubs with comments disabled?As a hub reader, how important is it to you to be able to comment? Does it frustrate you when you are not allowed to comment on a hub? Will you still vote on that hub? Will you follow an author who disables comments? I wonder if disabling comments...
by Mike Pugh 5 years ago
Does Hubpages have a grace period in which your hubs receive comments?Like why do comments tend to flow into your hubs for a day or two in abundance, and then suddenly seem to stop coming period. Does anyone know why?
by JA Jehan 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 graebear 7 years ago
If you receive views on your Hubs and no comments. Does it make you feel like they don't like it ?It causes me to review the Hub many times over .And see why if any reason , there are no feed backs or comments coming in .
by Joan King 6 years ago
Do you reply to comments on your hubs and if yes, why and if not, why not?While I don't think it is a requirement to respond to comments on one's hubs, I do know that doing so improves one's hub scores and accolades. Do you always, rarely, or never respond to the comments left by other hubbers on...
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