On a daily basis how many Hubs do you read and leave comments on?
On average, anywhere from 10 to 15. Not necessarily all by different by authors. If someone I'm following comments on a hub by a hubber I'm not familiar with but whose work I like, I'll go read more of that person's hubs. Sometimes I'll become a follower, too, but not always. Some days I'll simply Hub Hop. Just depends on the mood I'm in! ;D
I answer whenever I have a chance, and really and give a good feedback.
I hub hop for several minutes each day and I try to comment on the ones that are truly very good. Hopping has really opened up my world to new and interesting things. I also try to keep up with hubs of people I follow and comment on those as time allows. It kind of depends on the day. I can't always make it on every single day to read/comment, but I also try to ask and answer questions regularly too. Many good hubs come from questions also . In some way or fashion I am active here every day.
While I haven't done much 'hopping' yet - I manage to read between 10 and 20 hubs a day. I always start with the authors I follow - altho - I don't necessarily read articles on topics that hold no interest for me. I try not to follow those that consistently write articles on those topics, as i would feel badly not being a consistent 'follower'. I love the 'questions' as well, and cruise 'Answer Avenue' often..lol..
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