For the last two days when I click on a comment from the hubtivity page it will bring me to the hub andnot bring me to that comment and it tells me ther is a errr on page. I tried to refresh thepage and it still remains the same with the error on page. Now I just post a comment to a hub and it is missingand when I go to hubtivity it says that I poosted a comment but when I go to that comment it is not there and I get that error on page.
by Karen Metz7 years ago
When you receive a comment on one of your hubs, do you always post back with a comment? Or, just when there is something to post back about. For example if someone just comments that it is a nice hub, do I need to...
by Misha8 years ago
Pretty much like one would have it on a blog - with the difference that I am talking about hubtivity here.I had posted a single comment to one of the hubs a while ago. I am not too interested in the topic, just wanted...
by Aya Katz8 years ago
What does it mean when you post a comment, and it doesn't show up in the general hubtivity list, although it does show up on your own personal hubtivity list on your profile?
by Kenneth Avery5 years ago
I have been a member of HubPages for seven months. I have read hubbers with less membership who have more than 1,200 followers. How is that possible? And how can I attract more followers to my "little world"...
by hot dorkage8 years ago
Practice that I find deplorable someone fans you hoping that you'll come read some of their hubs and comment and maybe even fan them, then after they get what they want they drop you. They want to have lots of...
by Cindy Lawson6 years ago
I posted a comment on another Hubber's hub 2 days ago, and just now, when I checked my Hubtivity, right at the top was the notification I had posted a comment on that hub 71 minutes ago. I knew I hadn't, so went back to...
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