When you read Hubs,do you comment or just move on?
What type of Hubs make you stop and comment?
I normally like to leave a comment and feedback on a Hub that just fits my interests or brings new information to me that I never knew about. Some hubs about religion, or some poems, or maybe hubs on how to make something I could care less about I just skip over. Also, any ones that don't fit my views on a particular thing and doesn't really promote a comment correcting/sharing my views on it I try to just move on.
I like to leave a comment on whatever i read here.
But sometimes due to time constraint i leave without commenting depending on the subject at hand.
I try to leave comments on any hubs I read.... Just to let the writer know what I think of his/her hub, but I have, in the past, left few hubs without commenting! I only read the ones that interest me, and that could be anything that caught my eyes.....
I like to leave a comment especially if I enjoyed the hub, been to a place or want to go or have something interesting to say on the subject whatever it may be ..
I normally leave a comment to let the Hubber know that I am reading and support him/her.
To those I follow I try to leave meaningful comments and suggestions on a regular basis, every time they create a new hub if I can. Sometimes I surf around - different topics - and those hubs that interest me I'll leave a comment, again something meaty if possible and not just a thank you and goodbye.
If the hub really gets my attention I'll have a look at the profile to see if I want to follow.
My main interests are in poetry,drama,travel,sport,teaching and nature. Good writing holds my interest. I admire great images too.
I comment on all the hubs I enjoy reading. I don't comment on the hubs that I don't like because I don't want to be harsh with comments.
I try to find the good in every hub i read and leave meaningful comments. I love to encourage people. Life would be boring without us.
I comment on hubs that interest me or I enjoyed. I do not comment on hubs that I do not agree with or am furious by.
If it's a hub that I'm interested in then I'll comment but if it's something about computer programs or cars then I honestly won't bother to even read it just because it doesn't interest me and I'd probably get completely lost trying to figure out what they're talking about. I know there's many other people who would appreciate hubs like that though.
Sometimes I comment and sometimes I just move on. My only guiding principle is that I will not comment on a hub unless I read it all the way through at least once. This means that my comments are virtually always positive since I find it nearly impossible to finish a hub I don't like (for whatever reason).
I look for those stellar Hubs, and it does not matter whether or not I am following the Hub author. I am generous with praise when I find a Hub that I enjoy reading, and I tell the author why. I have no time to wade through Hubs that are riddled with errors. I give no time to these, so I move on.
Yes, If someone reads a hub I think it to be proper etiquette to comment.
I sometimes leave a comment, sometimes not. It doesn't mean I don't like the hub if I don't, it just means I didn't have anything to say. Sometimes I'll vote up and interesting or whatever, that's just as good as a generic comment. If I read a great hub with tons of comments, I usually won't leave a comment unless I have something really new to add. By the pageviews I know plenty of people read my hubs without commenting. I don't assume that means they dislike my hubs, I certainly hope not.
Mostly, I leave a comment for every hub I read, and that for main two reasons.
1- If it is a professional hub, I should appreciate.
2- If it is a normal hub, I should encourage the beginners.
Mostly everyone, who writes, tries to do his best.
Feel free to read my hub "4 things we can do to support the beginners & why we should?"
by Valerie Washington 6 years ago
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by carol stanley 14 months ago
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by Ann Carr 3 years ago
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by Kathleen Cochran 5 years ago
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by Shell Vera 5 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 damian0000 5 years ago
I don't seem to be able to leave comments on anybody's hubs this evening...Is anybody else having the same problem?
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