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 .
Some hubs just don't spark ideas for comments. Many people who read your hubs still benefit from them and enjoy them, they just don't feel the need to comment. I admit that I sure do like it when people do comment on my hubs because it makes me feel appreciated as a writer, however I don't believe that people don't like it just because they don't leave a comment. If they vote my hub down...well that's another story.
I think it's a natural feeling, but it's not really accurate--I have some Hubs that do pretty well without a comment. And some, contrariwise, drew a good set of comments to start, but then languished largely unread.
I think it's best just not to worry about it too much--though I sure enjoy the comments when they do come in.
No. It's because I do the same too, LOL. I may be reading their hubs and enjoyed it. But, sometimes there are just times when I don't feel like commenting. I would rather hit the buttons below.
Not being able to comment doesn't mean I do not like the hub. So, you shouldn't be worried if you don't receive much comments.
Not worried here much on a no comment /feedback . I am just editing some of my work and started with the ones with no comments or feed back or the traffic had slowed. And the thought came to me to ask ...
No, I don't think of it that way. I rarely look at my views or activity unless I get a notification of a comment. I write because it feels right at the time, but I don't worry about peoples opinion of my hubs. People liking them is nice but not necessary.
It's nice to get comments, but they are not necessarily a measure of how much your hubs are liked. Hubbers are more likely to comment-- but outside viewers from the web are more likely to earn money for you, and less likely to comment.
It's good to review your hubs, but low numbers of comments don't mean lack of quality.
If you are writing mostly poetry, you may get fewer comments. It's not because your poetry is bad-- it just takes a certain reader to respond, and they may not be the majority.
Hang in there and keep writing.
by Daniel Mollat 4 months ago
I now have 17 articles published and most are in niche sites. Why am I not getting comments from readers? I have very few comments so far. Is this related to quantity of impressions, where the more impressions I rack up I could get more comments coming in?Appreciate any ideas.
by jacobt2 9 years ago
My top two hubs have gotten quite a few views but zero comments. Does this mean that I am only getting views from sites other than hubpages or what?
by GoogleCashMoney 9 years ago
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by Marcus T Caine 5 months ago
I have been writing for Hubages for over a year and I am still trying to figure out how to get my readers to comment on my articles. Is this something hubbers should even worry about?
by Denise Handlon 5 years ago
How do you feel when you write a comment and don't receive a response from the author?
by Funbi Adeleke 5 years ago
why is it that my hubs get views but no comment? I have written five hubs with an average hub score of about 69 but have just 1 comment. what do i do?
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