No, I'm not...
But I've noticed that tendency among some hubbers who aren't doing that much "hubbing." I lean (just a little) towards that habit too, because I put a lot of thought into my hubs before publishing them. It's easier for me to comment on an interesting hub than it is to write an interesting hub from scratch.
I'm guessing that those other hubbers feel the same way, whether their reasons are personal time constraints, wanting to get more involved in the community first, etc.
In all honesty I am not much of a comment maker. I am attempting to get more involved in the Hub community therefore find this an easy way to thrust myself in to the mix. Good question though. )
by Jaye Denman 3 years ago
Why would any HP writer purposely not allow comments on his/her hubs?I just read two hubs--good ones--by an HP writer I hadn't encountered before, but neither has a Comments section. I wanted to comment on both, and the inability to do so stops me from reading any more of this writer's hubs. Why...
by Tessa Schlesinger 7 months ago
I was quite stunned a week or more ago when someone made a statement on one of my hubs that she had commented twice and I had snubbed her by not replying. Her comment had been particularly flattering, and probably because I've spent a lifetime being flattered by others only to find that they wanted...
by Sally Gulbrandsen 5 years ago
If you saw someone shoplifting, what would you do?
by Tamarii2 9 years ago
WHAT IS THE HIGHEST COMPLIMENT CAN YOU GIVE A HUB WRITER?
by Twilight Lawns 4 years ago
Why do HP insist on submerging writing of prose & poetry, and not let work stand on its own merits?What is it with the HubPolice that a poem (for example) needs a singing and dancing description of the contents of the Hub with lots of lovely pictures and videos and tables and quizzes and all...
by Kathleen Odenthal 3 years ago
Is there a difference between good writing and quality writing?I read a lot of hubs that are covering great topics, hitting key points and written in an engaging manner, but they have many grammatical errors. Now, I may be a bit of a grammar and spelling snob, but I feel like those two elements are...
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