Why would people not leave feedback on your hub?
I try to leave feedback on the hubs I read. I dont always post a comment but I will leave feedback.
I wish I knew the answer to this. I am going to follow this, hopefully it will help both of us!
Isn't feedback and a comment the same thing? How can you leave feed back and not write a comment? everyone who reads a site should leave something to the writer as a way of letting the writer know they were there. Thats what the whole idea of hubpages is . cause and effect. please all who are on hubpages ,leave a comment whether short or long, good or bad, the writer wants it for his own knowledge of return. if you wrote something you would want this to.
This question has been asked many times. It is one thing to leave any type of feedback, but another to comment. They would not know if you were there unless you actually commented on the hub you were leaving feedback on.
I think readers could not leave feedback on your hub for a number of reasons; the actual feedback buttons are kind of small, so they can be easy to miss. Additionally, if your hub doesn't engage your readers, then they won't leave any feedback or comments.
I have not left comments on several hubs lately;because everything I might have said would be intentionally contentious. I prefer to be thought to be wise rather than to open my mouth and be known a fool.
by Bobby Isenhower 5 years ago
I like helping people with their hubs. I've gotten to know the ins and outs and how it works. I know how to use the tools and other websites to drive your traffic. If you are new post hubs in here and I will get to each one of them to let you know what I think
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 Tessa Schlesinger 8 months ago
I was quite stunned a week or more ago when someone made a statement on one of my hubs that she had commented twice and I had snubbed her by not replying. Her comment had been particularly flattering, and probably because I've spent a lifetime being flattered by others only to find that they wanted...
by madeline crow 9 years ago
I just joined Hubpages and I have no idea how this works. I need help and I'm willing to take any constructive critism offerd me. Please don't be cruel. I'm just another writer trying to get my voice heard.
by MaryBeth Walz 5 years ago
Why do so many people skip rating a hub?
by BaliMermaid 7 years ago
If a visitor to any given hub makes a comment I believe that's a good thing. But what if that visitor leaves a link, usually embedded into their name, to another website or another hub. Thsi has happened a lot and generates a lot of questions in my mind.For example; If the hub is on back pain and...
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