How many new hubs do you comment on each day?
There are so many that I enjoy reading, but if I try and comment on each one there's no time left to write anything.
Yes, the more people you are following, the more hubs to read. I try my best to comment on every hub of those that I am following. Some days I do fall short, but I try.
It depends on the day .Some days I have more time than others..But on an average anywhere from 5~7
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