Do you read profiles of hubbers who are first timers in commenting on your hubs?
Yes, I try to read profiles of everyone who is kind enough to make a comment on my hubs. Courtesy call if you like. Most are very interesting. Some I follow as a result.
Yes, I read profile of hubbers who comment for the first time on my hubs. I try to reciprocate by commenting on their hubs.
Definitely, Once I notice somebody commenting on my hubs, I immediately go to his/her profile. I also read and leave a comment in their hubs. If I'm busy at that particular time, I try to go back and read their hubs to leave a comment or feedback. I would say I subscribe to "giving back the love" thing, so to speak.
Yes 99% of the time I will read the profile of someone I do not recognize commenting on my hubs before. It is a great way to meet and read not only the new people that join but also people that have been at HubPages for awhile.
Yes, I do. I like to know a bit of background behind the comments.
Yes, I will read their profiles and then leave my appreciation to them. Well, to me, it's kind of respect, manners and sincerity to find out and get to know those who showed me their friendliness, encouragement and supportive...
by carol stanley 21 months ago
Do you continue to read hubs of those you follow if they don't comment on your hubs?When you have limited time do you just comment on those who regularly comment on your hubs?
by starme77 9 years ago
Just wondering , because when I go around and look at comments made on hubbs many times the comment dosnt really pertain to the hubb , I notice some go around and drop the same comment on many many hubbs just to get traffic to theirs I imagine , I kind of find that rude in a way, I mean dont ya...
by Ann Carr 4 years ago
Do you always leave a comment if you read a hub?I have followers whom I've never seen in the comments sections and just wondered what other hubbers think about the comments in general. Do you leave comments when you read? Sometimes? Always? Never? Please give your reasons with...
by Shell Vera 6 years ago
How do you provide comments on hubs? Do you write them immediately or come back after thinking?When I comment on hubs, I typically visit at least twice. The first time when I find it and decide I want to read it, and the second time when I leave a comment. I usually set aside a day to read many...
by Valerie Washington 6 years ago
Does it bother you that people visit your hubs and don't leave comments?What's more important to you, getting tons of traffic with no comments or getting less traffic with comments?For me, I love to get comments because it lets me know if I have touched someone or given someone a new way of doing...
by Julie-Ann Amos 10 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 are the hubbers who always respond to their comments. Nothing frustrates me...
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