Are there times when you think other hubbers perceive you as a "boring" writer?
I'm guilty of this. There are times that I feel that hubbers perceive me as a boring writer. Haha! And this could be given proof by my 1 Funny Feedback among my 36 hubs. Amazing right?
Anyway, how about you?
absolutely. Whenever I get a steady flow of readers and no comments, I get insecure. But I continue to write because I have a passion for crafting and sculpting until I have the structure of an article. It doesn't matter what I am writing about, I write for the sake of writing. So, yes I pay attention to these feedback parts of HB, and it keeps me awake at nights sometimes. I hope to grow out of it soon. Good question
It looks like most of your subjects are pretty serious, so I wouldn't expect many "funny" votes. Not funny doesn't mean boring.
Even though I just began the other day on HubPages. I personally do feel the same way, especially when I write something and I don't get many viewers / comments. I guess it's how you personally feel about your writing, however I wouldn't worry. I liked your writing.
I posted a traveling hub yesterday which is doing extremely well in terms of views and hub score, but not well at all with comments. I think lack of comments gets to me more than anything. It makes me feel like they read, but without much interest.
I agree with the the other Hubbers, and don't worry about the comments, just write what you enjoy and you will create followers. If I worried about receiving comments I would of had a break down by now.
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