Do more comments attract more visitors?
If a Hub gets large number of comments from the readers, does it get more visitors as the content size of the hub is large?
yes and no. The comments themselves do not attract more visitors. But if someone that has 600 followers comments on your hub, then all 600 of them notice that, that person has commented. So each one of them can read your hub as well.. So it can benefit you to have lots of comments on your hubs, but the comments themself do not mean more people will come to your hub.
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