Am I the only one who posts hubs and then stalks hubpages waiting for people to read it and comment?
Oh no! Don't be silly! I do this very often. Every time I publish a hub, I take a look at my stats intently. I'm not really concerned about commenting, but I'm just thinking not many people want to comment on hubs.
I'm a stalker. Everything I write. I click on stats constantly to see how wellit is doing. Also, looking at how it did on the hubscore. Which has gotten me a little bit. Some one my harder and time consuming hubs are scoring really low. Either way, I am constantly looking to see how well they are doing.
Hahahaha. No, you are quite normal. We all become stalkers when we write a new hub. We all need the feedback and wonder if people are going to like it. I always love yours.
No!!! I do it all the time! I even stalk my old ones to see if I ever have new comments! I posted today (and sunny you were one of the lovely generous comments) and I think I have checked 25 times! You are not alone!
Oh no you are not alone in this. We are on hubpages to write and be seen, isn't that what writers want? We need readers otherwise why are we writing? Stalk away, we understand.
No, I think most of us are in the same boat. Although there are also some who get lot of comments.
Sometimes hubbers read but do not comment. But like you, I always feel thrilled to have comments and it makes me feel great that people are reading what I have written.
Commenting is an important part of Hubbing, but it does not happen as much as we want.
Good question... Wait, Just a mo... just got a comment. Where was I? Oh yes... Wait, back shortly... Sorry, just checking my notifications... stalking, hmm. Not sure what you mean... Dang, gotta go, Hub comment!
I don't know that I'd call it stalking. However, I do love it when I first post a hub and then I'm reading questions or in the forums and I keep getting notified that someone left a comment. It also drives me nuts on those days when I don't have time to get on the computer so I sit there wondering what's happening at my hubs.
I simply check my HubPages notices. Inearly always check the pages of anyone whom takes the time to comment. I'm too busy to stalk the site.
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