Often I approve hub comments and reply to them via HubPages iPhone app. After hitting the approve button (which is black) the button becomes white and comment gets approved. Then I hit reply button, write the reply and press to submit. After I do this though the approve button is black again. Does this mean I have to click the approve button again or is the comment approved and posted from the first time hitting the approve button?
by Michael Kismet3 weeks ago
A visitor to one of my hubs left a long, passionate, and relatively well-written comment..But he threw in some f-bombs.. Should I approve it?Will Google penalize me for allowing comments with some profanity?
by Kylyssa Shay8 months ago
HubPages recently started removing comments they consider of poor quality in an attempt to make Google happy. Many of the removals make sense, but there are other cases I disagree with. Are we allowed to approve...
by Salma Hassaballa4 weeks ago
Hi Hubbers, what should I do in response to a comment that is attacking my article, should I ignore, or approve and stay silent, or approve and reply to his/her comment. thank you
by The Write Life13 days ago
Someone left a good comment on my Hub and also dropped a link to their site. The site is right on point with the subject and looks like quality. I would like to approve it, just wondering how Google sees it, whether...
by fluffanutta2 years ago
A very minor issue: all our comments have been transferred over (yay), but each one has the following buttons and text:(Approve) (Deny) Status: Shown. It looks like we need to approve all our comments again, yet they...
by Faith Reaper2 years ago
I just went under my account page and clicked on Comments, and much to my surprise and delight there were pages of comments! However, after a closer look, they are all comment made by me on others' hubs from the...
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