Is there a way to quickly search for or locate those hubs with no comments are with just a few comments. This would make it easier to add comments to hubs without comments.
In the 'My account' section, sort the hubs by comment amount.
But why would you want to add more of your own comments?
I would like to find other writer's hubs(not my hubs) that have no comments so I can comment on those hubs. Some hubs have 100 comments while others have non. I would just like to comment on other hubber' s hubs that have few or no comments.
Ah, no problem Joan.
You want to go to "explore" -> "hubs" -> "latest"
It's not ideal, I'm not saying it is, but it comes up with a list of the most recent published hubs, and most will likely have anywhere between 0 - 5 comments.
Of course, you have no control over what the hub is about
...unless you goto a specific topical category.
Thanks for the info kiwi Max, I will try it.
There are plenty of hubs with no or few comments. Some of the best hubs I've read have hardly any comments, some have none. I find them on my feed or while browsing specific topics. I read a lot of hubs, but don't often comment but I always hit the vote up button, etc.
Aww, that's sweet of you.
Here's a Google search you can build on to find comment-free hubs. Google for:
site:hubpages.com "No comments yet."
The quotation marks force Google to search for that entire phrase as a unit. You could tweak the search by adding additional search terms such as "how to write" at the end of the search string.
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