Why do people visit a hub but not always leave a comment?
Its truly good to have people visit and read what you write, but there are rarely any comments left and without those how can hubbers really know if they are writing and presenting the given subject well or badly?
Some people click on an article thinking they'll learn something, get half-way through it and decide it wasn't what they were searching for in the first place. Hence, they click the Back button on their internet program.
A lot of the time you just don't know what to write in a comment, or someone has already said almost the exact thing you were going to say. For me, I would love to write comments all the time, but I can't think of anything unless I really was interested in the hub and felt like I needed to comment.
People who read your hub but don't comment is probably because the hub wasn't what they wanted or just because they just wanted to read and did not want to comment,
I have felt this same frustration, clairemy. I have read the comments already made and keep wondering whether the reader just read the hub and didn't have anything to say or gave up reading part of the way through. I am quite mystified as I am a responder and always make a comment unless the hub has not been written at all well. I don't like to leave negative comments, so opt not to say anything. Is that a bad thing?
by Ann Carr 3 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 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 Cindy Lawson 7 years ago
I am not looking to name names here as this happens quite a lot on Hubpages, but can someone please clarify whether or not it is against the rules for a Hubber to come to your hub, leave a comment and then include a link to one of their own hubs as a part of that comment. I know it says under each...
by nasus loops 8 years ago
I have been a part of Hubpages for a while now and try to comment on other peoples hubs when I read them. However for some reason although I am getting regular traffic (admittedly not high, but regular) I am not getting comments. What can I do to encourage people to leave a comment?
by carol stanley 19 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 jagandelight 7 years ago
Why don't most people leave comments after reading a hub?
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