When you read hubs and leave comments, do you expect the hubbers you have read to do like wise?
In a broader perspective, do you follow people and expect them to follow you as well?
I like to comment on hub when I see a good hub, to appreciate and encourage the writer I put my comment on it.
No. Because they may not find reasons to comment my hubs or even to read them. I read a lot of hubs, vote up, choose a word to describe the hub, but rarely comment. I am trying to comment more these days because I know how much important it is to receive help, orientation, encouragement or appreciation. But I don't wait that those on whose hubs I commented follow me or read or comment my hubs. I do it because I want to do it without waiting for something in return. Also, I do not follow all the hubbers/hubs I comment.
I almost always comment on any hub I read, unless it is really poorly written and I can't find something nice to say. Then it is better to keep your mouth shut.
If I comment, I do not expect people to read my hubs. It is very nice when they do.
If I follow someone, it is because I want to read more of their hubs and I not only do not expect them to follow me but unless they want to read my work, I do not want them to. Only follow someone whose work you are going to read.
I have to admit that I do look forward to receiving a visit from hubbers that I have commented on. And I do the same for the most part. Usually a relationship develops ending in a hub friendship. I consider this a blessing. As relationships develop and I get to know the hubber better, I enjoy writing a hub about what interests that person. It's a win-win all the way around.
Thanks for posting this good question.
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