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 Denman3 years ago
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by Tamarii28 years ago
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by Tessa Schlesinger3 months ago
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by Twilight Lawns4 years ago
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After publishing a hub how much you are excited to see the comment?
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