Why Would People Follow a Hub, But Not Leave a Comment?
I am wondering why people would follow a hub, but not leave a comment on the hub. I have one hub that is being followed by 21 people, but there are not comments(17) to match those who are following, excluding my comments in response to comments.
I was tempted to follow this question and not leave an answer, just to be mischievous, but I resisted! :-)
sometimes I just don't feel like typing or my thoughts are not focused enough for me to comment or I realize it is driving an uncomfortable emotion
So they can read other people's comments. Perhaps they are very interested in the subject, but feel intimidated by either the author or the other persons that are commenting?
Sometimes I'm just too lazy to write. Sometimes I'm nosey and just follow what other's have written. Or I might just follow without making a comment when I'm not confident in a subject and wouldn't really know how to answer it properly.
I would actually do the opposite! I might leave a comment... but I get tired of getting enormous amounts of e-mails from the comments that others make - especially if it's on a pretty hot topic. I usually will leave a comment and then after a while if I start getting too many e-mails, I might revisit it and "unfollow" it.
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