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How long do you take to read and comment on a new hub?
Do you read all the new hubs that you are notified ? And do you comment on all the hubs you read?
I will first look at the title of the hub and only open the hub that catch my attention and interest. Then I will glance through the hub first to see that the content is good before I read them through. I will usually make comment on the hub once I read them.It takes me around 5 to 10 minutes to read and comment on a new hub.
A new hub deserves at least one read. First the title. Does it make me want to read on? Then I read the entire writing. If it loses me halfway then I don't finish and usually don't comment. I don't comment in those situations because the writing just wasn't my taste of subjects or styles, not that it lacked. If I read all the way through, I read it again and let my other senses take over to bring me to the virtual place/event/emotion the writer is depicting. 99% of the time I do this right away. If I wait then it might get lost on my "to do" list!
I'm with the others who commented - if the title gets me I'll look at it. If the first couple of paragraphs interest me, I'll read the rest of it. If I have something to add, I'll comment, especially if I really liked the Hub. Some Hubbers, though, I will read anything they write. I've learned a lot of cool stuff that way!
Once you reach a certain level it becomes nearly impossible to read every new hub that comes out by those you follow. At that point you'd be wise to work out as best you can a fair system. Read the story, give appropriate votes, and post feedback as much as possible which I do maybe 85% of the time.
by carol stanley12 months ago
Do you continue to read hubs of those you follow if they don't comment on your hubs?When you have limited time do you just comment on those who regularly comment on your hubs?
by Greensleeves Hubs5 years ago
What is the best way to increase comments and accolades received on a hub?What is the single best way to increase interest in your hubs? And what is the best way to increase the most obvious evidence of interest in your...
by myownlife5 years ago
How many hubs do you read and comment on them each day?Talking about me, I generally try to see all the notifications, try to read and in all probabilities comment on them try to read unfollowers hubs, but due to the...
by Tessa Schlesinger5 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...
by Annie5 years ago
Why do followers follow us, and do not support our work?For the amount of followers, I follow and the comments I revieved something on my hubs ...definitely is not adding..up. so once again why are you following...
by schoolgirlforreal7 years ago
I read a few of your hubs, why don't you comment on comments?
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