When you answer a Question on Hubpages, do you generally browse or read the answers of others also?
Do you read the comments beneath the answers, even the hidden ones?
Most of the time I read each response and try to keep abreast of all future comments, especially when I am very passionate about a topic. You know, like hitchhiking. :0)
I'm always interested to know what others are saying - so yes I do read the other answers/comments first before leaving my own answer/comment.
Sometimes, but mostly I jump right in and answer, then read others responses. I have to admit sometimes I have jumped in and answered the question only to find I have read it wrong...and end up having to delete my response or change it.
Ah, yes, that has happened to me more than once. I have even deleted a comment from someone else when I tried to delete just mine, and felt quite chagrined. Lately I have been writing my more thoughtful answers offline, giving time to edit them.
That is very conscientious approach, E.P.
Yes I do. I find the answers of others interesting and usually follow the question and read the answers until I get a good range of perspectives, then I unfollow.
Yes, I like to read other's opinion on the question. And sometimes there are some very interesting answers and discussions going on. I find the the Q-A section most interactive, in fact it is my favorite.
I usually read what people have written then write what i think then read the comments again.It is good to read what other people think around the world(though most come from USA i think).
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