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If you do not comment on a hub, do you leave feed back?

  1. momster profile image60
    momsterposted 5 years ago

    If you do not comment on a hub, do you leave feed back?

    I always leave something a every hub I read. Whether it be a comment or feed back, most of the time both. I feel it lets the writer know that their hub was worth something and so was their time writing it.

  2. NC4Life078 profile image86
    NC4Life078posted 5 years ago

    I try to do the same thing. Generally, I will leave a thumbs up or thumbs down (which I only give to 1 out of 50 Hubs if that) an interesting, useful, awesome, funny or beautiful and a comment. It's disapointing when you write your heart out as if the paper (or screen) was its own canvas and no one comments. It makes you feel as if no one is enjoying your work. This is why I go out of my way to applaud a job well done.

    1. Diana Grant profile image93
      Diana Grantposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      I don't comment or leave feedback on every hub, but I try to leave a comment if I have anything to say, and I do try to leave feedback.  Receiving some kind of response does make writing more encouraging

  3. cleaner3 profile image75
    cleaner3posted 5 years ago

    I always leave a comment , although it is most of the time short and sweet, It lets the writer know that I was there.  which is all I ask from the reader of my hubs.

  4. Lisa HW profile image71
    Lisa HWposted 5 years ago

    With the rare exception of occasionally forgetting, I vote any Hub that I think is at all a good one "up".  I don't need to think it's a "great" one - just a decent Hub.  It takes a little more for me to vote down a Hub.   I'm more likely to just leave the "borderline-vote-down" ones without feedback.  If a Hub is particularly worthy of it (in my opinion) I'll click on the other stuff ("funny", "useful", etc.)

    I don't comment for the sake of "leaving anything".   If I compliment the Hub it means I'm particularly impressed by it.  Otherwise, I'll comment if I think I have something to contribute to the subject/discussion.

 
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