Big websites like Techcrunch are using Facebook Comments. Google has also started to index Facebook Comments. Facebook Comments will mean more interactive discussion on a hub, and bring more traffic as comments posted by visitors will be posted on their walls.
I think Hubpages should implement this, with other options like remaining anonymous.
http://news.cnet.com/8301-1023_3-573188 … -comments/
by Dr Mark4 months ago
I have been getting one or two questions every day in my email through the new "contact the author" feature. The questions have been very important; almost always they are questions/details that can help other...
by Audrey Hunt4 months ago
I've come across a hub, now and then, without a comment section. Is this a choice made by the author? If so, why?
by 2uesday4 years ago
I was looking at the new layout on a hub and it made me think that the 'go to last comment' does not really show up as much as it might. I sometimes get comments from people who are not regular HubPage visitors and they...
by vietnamvet686 years ago
Have you noticed that when you go to write a hub you now have to put in the comment section. What is up with that, Do people realize it is not there anymore? I didn't realize it at first. I went to comment...
by Hanh Vu2 years ago
HI everyone,First of all, I would like to say hello and thank you to everyone who has welcomed me here on Hubpages. I am a relatively new member and still try to find my way around on this new writing site. My...
by Jack Lee15 months ago
I have ran into a few issues with current HubPages comment module.1. The current comment section allows for unlimited text. This leads to some comments being overly long and windy. Please limit all comments to 200 words...
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