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 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 Jack Lee7 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...
by Mary Hyatt2 years ago
It was brought to my attention by several helpful Hubbers that my last published Hub had NO comment section, and they were unable to comment.I seem to remember the comment section was just automatic, i.e. I don't...
by Wilma Cathy7 years ago
Hi there,Maybe a stupid problem but i can't get my comment-capsule to move up higher.I want it right beneath my article, but when i move it with the arrow, it won't go there, yet anywhere else.Does anyone here know what...
by prayerpower2 years ago
I keep getting 4-5 spam comments daily from witches and spell casters that I would like to stop. How can I block them or stop them from spamming my posts. Its becoming like a job to keep deleting them every day.
by Sam4 years ago
Maybe I'm just not understanding something (which is entirely possible). Readers make comments and the authors have a choice to 'approve' or 'deny' the comments. And I like to reply to those that comment......
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