Not one comment!
Are they of no interest?
Are they poorly written?
Or is it that "Hubbers" just have more fun in the forum and don't bother reading and commenting on "Hubs" anymore?
Or am I just having a panic attack and need another prozac?
lol,i am reading a lot but i am too lazy to leave a comment but i surely vote up if i like any hub.
I just checked, and found that I have 9 hubs that have never had a single comment. At least one of them started earning with AdSense right away, and earns me a few bucks, so I can live without the comments.
Be patient. Three days is a new hub. Good hubs gain readers over
time. Write what you know and love and the readers will come.
by salt8 years ago
In line with the creation of 30 hubs in 30 days. Couldnt we create a read 100 hubs in 30 days? Thus increasing comments and interest in hubs. That would be reading about 3 or 4 hubs a day for 30 days... UMm whos up to...
by Joseph Davis6 years ago
Do you read hubs written in poor English? Why or why not? And do you tell the writer?Many hubs I see are written in very poor English and are difficult to understand. Do most people read them? ...
by anime_nanet8 years ago
by carol stanley11 months ago
Do you continue to read hubs of those you follow if they don't comment on your hubs?When you have limited time do you just comment on those who regularly comment on your hubs?
by Kenneth Avery18 months ago
Sept. 25, 8:08 p.m.In the last few days, I have published these two new hubs:"15 Things That Will Rogers Did Not Say""Joan Jett Coaching in The NHL?"And through above date, I have received NOT one...
by Rob Patrick2 years ago
Needing some constructive criticism regarding my second ever hub. I crafted what I thought to be a clever and informative article that would help the reader renegotiate a lower wireless bill with their provider. But...
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