As they say, "First impression always lasts", and with regards to Hubpages, we can say that "First Hub Comment, Always Lasts". We all feel nervous and excited with our first hub, thinking that it may not be read by other hubbers, or may not produce lot of traffic, but, we can't help ourselves to try publishing it. Many of us have been to Hubpages for years, months, weeks or days, but we all have one in common: our first hub and our 1st commenter. If not for this hub, we are not to stay in HubPages and the first commenter inspired us to write more hubs... Please post who is the first hubber who commented on your hub?...Post now who is the first hubber who appreciated your work to show to them your gratitude...
Note: Please don't post the link of your hub as it is against the forum rules. Just write the title and the first commenter.
I am pretty new to hubs as I only be here for roughly two days total. My first hub was this one: It was titled The Black Alley Treatment
Posted below may be right about not being able to post our links.
The first person to comment on my hub was Website Examiner. It was great to see as other sites I try posting stories to would not get such a quick response or no one would read the story at all.
Funny! I must of been editing it while you were posting lol. Thanks for looking out for me though.
My first Hub was on Venice and my first commenter was Jon Green .... almost 2 years later. LOL
My first commenter in my first hub "How to study effectively?" is Nancy Owens!
She was also my first follower! Thank you Nancy!
I don't think we can post our own links - so I'll just give the title.
Sitting in a Park Outside of Paris, France. I thought HP was more like a blog, so that explains the funky title. I've kept the hub almost the same as it was when I first published it.
The first person to comment on this hub was prasetio30. But he wasn't my first commenter as I published two on the same day. My very first comment came from Elvia Francis on my Riding the Metro in Paris, France hub. I think it took a couple of days for the first comment to appear. I was hoping someone would comment!
prasetio30 still comments on many of my hubs, and I read and comment on his very interesting hubs.
My first hub I ever posted was "Ernst Rohm the gay nazi" The first commentator was AEvans and the late and much loved Earnesthub who sadly died last year
My first hub published in this account( I had to change my user name for personal reason) was Alcoholism the myth of the brown paperbag.
It only had one comment from an old hubber favourite Ralwus.
My first hub was about my K-1 Visa Experience (aka marriage visa) and Benson Yeung was the first to leave me a comment.
My first hub was a kind of hello to HP, look at me. Somehow it missed being flagged for purely personal and since then I have pretty much rewritten it.
My first commenter was Summertime8, who now has no hubs and a score of 1.
Bit sad really.
But, now you hang out with level eight commenters with scores in the 90's. Must be lonely at the top.
Well, I've come a long way. Although curiously, I'm still sat in front of the same computer, typing the same old.
My first hub was about some tips on saving money and my first commenter was Chuck, who I think was also the first one to follow me.
I can't remember what my first hub was as I had deleted most of the hubs I had written on my first month. I was new (still is) in writing online, so my first few hubs were written like blogs. I joined Hubpages on November 8, 2010, and I found a hub I wrote on November 10, 2010 -- Countries with Kings - Does America have a King? My first commenter was wilderness.
My first hub was a description of low-flow toilets, which has never been commented on. My first commenter was whitton on the 3rd hub I wrote, which was about WaterSense washing machines. And my first follower was Simone, although she doesn't follow me anymore (lol).
My first hub was my one about creating sensory rooms. The first comment was by Minnetonka Twin on my second hub (about public outings with sensory children) Minnetonka Twin was also my first follower
My First hub - STOP THESE DOG ABUSERS!!
First Commentator - Geri Martin
My first hub was on The Ghosts of Alton. The first person to comment was a friend who isn't a member of HP but who occasionally will read them if I post to FB something she's interested in.
My first Hub had the lovely title: How to Communicate with Mormons and Conceivably Survive
And the first person to comment was Cardisa.
Thanks for sharing your first hub fellow hubbers, and for taking time to show your gratitude to your first commenter.
my first was letting Agent web design, which in fairness is truly awful! I am going to make a few changes but I suspect it will be deleted, my new hubs get as much traffic in a few days as this one has ever had.
My first comment, was on a hub I published the next day which suffered a different fate it was very successful and still to this day is my most successful in terms of traffic and it was Dame Scribe who commented first.
Way to go fellow hubbers, post your first hub now and your first commenter to show him/her your gratitude. Your first commenter is the one who gave you the inspiration to write more hubs and stay writing with hubpages. Post now.
My first published hub was a poem called 'Heroine'. My first ever comment came from Prettydarkhorse - thank you!. To this day it's the only comment on the hub, even though it's had a lot of views. Oh well.
Hi Richard! I think that's the comment which made you write more articles...
My first hub was a poem called "I am a dream" and its first commenter was a hubber named "tobusiness".
However, my first follower was "aguasilver"...shall never forget the wonderful message he sent! Truly grateful...and inspired me to share my views on God and religion (something which I'm still working on!) Due to my busy schedule, I only manage to publish haikus and poems and many thanks to "Russ Baleson", I'm encouraged beyond words and inspired to write more.
by Bobby Isenhower 9 years ago
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by Christin Sander 10 years ago
Do you delete hub comments that are very generic if it appears the commenter hasn't read the hub?I notice my more popular hubs will get comments left that are just generic like "this was great thanks". I have started deleting these comments because they don't add anything meaningful...
by Kelly Pittman 10 years ago
How do you feel about a commenter who's not a Hubber?I've noticed that a certain users "Hubtivity" is nothing but commenting on religious forums always arguing the existence of God. I know everyone is entitled to their opinions and allowed to share their own beliefs, but...
by Jason Menayan 11 years ago
Hi everyone,In Hubs' Comment Capsules, we've made a few enhancements (coming very soon):- Comments left by the author of the Hub are reflected as "Hub Author" in a bubble next to the username.- Commenter level is indicated next to your username and when you left the comment.Note: If you...
by Ghost32 11 years ago
How about adding a button to the "Approve/Deny/Etc." bank in the Comments? It could be titled "Block". Click on it, and the person whose comment you-the-author are currently moderating would be automatically blocked from posting any more comments on ANY of your...
by Destiny Rose 12 years ago
this guy just totally chewed me out on my angel story hub , I know there are threads about comments being rudly made on hubs , but this one is ridiculous to me , its like 3 paragraphs long and makes no sense and gee wiz its an angel story for god sake , what the hell? Not self promoting but you...
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