Do you think it's better to read hot, best, latest or unanswered hubs?
Please explain the reason you believe it's better.
I usually check the latest ones, because the hot and best I've probably already seen. I'll follow questions, sometimes, even if I don't answer them to see what some of the answers are.
I read what interests me or read what writers whose writing I like write. I don't put a lot of stock in the ratings because I think they are so subject to chance and I have not noticed a strong correlation between when I like and the popularity of the hub.
Hello Cathleena, Like Georgie I always check the lastest ones first for the same reasons. I then move to the unanswered section because I believe it will make the author feel good if someone writes a comment on their hubs. Eventually I will move on to the best hubs for the sole purpose of trying to learn how to write popular hubs myself. Your 'Team Leader'
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