Is it alright to comment on every hub that I fallow and my followers? Or, is tha

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  1. DChance2 profile image55
    DChance2posted 4 years ago

    Is it alright to comment on every hub that I fallow and my followers? Or, is that stalking?

  2. RachaelOhalloran profile image85
    RachaelOhalloranposted 4 years ago

    If you have something to say there is nothing wrong with commenting anywhere. Just know that many hubbers have comments set for their approval before appearing on the hub, so if you don't see it right away that is why.
    If they don't answer, chances are they aren't active, so check MY ACTIVITY and if they have no activity showing, they have been gone at least 3 months and possibly longer. You can check the dates on hubs to see last published and that is another way to see when they were here last
    If you are following same hubbers, and are looking for feedback, again, probably better off following ACTIVE hubbers, so you get good feedback and possible followers back.

    When we talked the other day, I mentioned checking MY ACTIVITY on hubbers you are interested in, so it is a good idea before you waste a lot of time on people who haven't been here from 3 months to as long as 5 years, their stuff is still here, because they didn't close their accounts, but chances are they have gone on to other sites.
    Good Luck

    1. DChance2 profile image55
      DChance2posted 4 years agoin reply to this

      I was worried about commenting to most of the hubs. For some people, there are a lot.

  3. Foodeee profile image77
    Foodeeeposted 4 years ago

    The answer to that is based on you. If you have something pertinent to say then say it. If you are being a stalker then that's just wrong. You know exactly how you feel so just do the right thing. 

    When I was young there was no such thing as being a stalker unless you were a real freak hiding outside someones window with a knife. Kids call something stalkerish. This makes no real sense to me. People are curious and people have opinions and never have we been able to express opinion so well as with the invention of social media. I don't partake of facebook because the fakeness of most of my friends and family makes me ill. They will be sweet and lovely on facebook and then be a total B@@@TCH to your face. UGH VOMIT!  But what I am getting at is that stalkerish came from facebook I think and people scope out profiles and the like. I say so what. If you like someone then go talk to them. If you are stalking them then go turn yourself in to the police.

    And please say what you like. I know I do.

    1. DChance2 profile image55
      DChance2posted 4 years agoin reply to this

      I was thinking maybe I should comment on all the ones I can but if someone does not like my comment they can remove it.

  4. profile image0
    sheilamyersposted 4 years ago

    I don't think it's stalking, I call it being an active member of HP. I don't comment on every hub I read, yet my guess is I leave comments on about 90% of them. I also love it when people leave comments on my hubs.

    1. DChance2 profile image55
      DChance2posted 4 years agoin reply to this

      Thanks for the answer. I will try to comment more.

  5. Express10 profile image86
    Express10posted 4 years ago

    I think it's fine, I don't think it's stalking unless your comment is off topic or you are insulting others. Commenting shows that you are interested in what you read and are engaged in my humble opinion. Just don't expect a response each time though.

    1. DChance2 profile image55
      DChance2posted 4 years agoin reply to this

      I have always offend someone. I tried to write to my favorite author because I thought that was what fans do. Well, things didn't turn out so well. For some reason, I am not very good with commenting.


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