What topics would you be more likely to comment on?
Make the assumption that the article is well-written and compelling. In that case, would the topic influence if you comment or not?
That depends on the topics that you are interested in. For instance I am interested in Racism, Politics, and Religion. If someone writes a hub about how to make the best cup cakes in the world, well I am not very good at that. Or how to make a coat and sell it on ebay. I don't think I could comment on that. Even if I could make a coat, ( and I can't). Sewing would probably put holes in my hands.
I read so many interesting posts and I can't really define which ones I prefer to comment upon. I would say those that are interesting topics on life, recipes, reviews and personal stories.
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