heya! To make your hubs less commercial don't you think you should allow comments? Or won't your...
employer allow that? I almost think this hub is very close to being in a gray area, and that the Florida Board may have a problem with it.
I am pretty new to hubpages, just getting use to how things work on here.
Yes! Comments help start new conversation and listen to what others are saying or feeling about the topic. That's the best part for any user generated content (ugc) and even google likes it!
by youtubestar 9 years ago
Hi You are relly good at makeing hubs so i think you should make one about miley cyrus you colud gain more fans !!!!!!!!!!!
by GoogleCashMoney 10 years ago
Dear Hubbers,I have publish around 11 Hubs and my Hublinks are as follows:<snipped link><snip> <snip><snip><snippety snip> <snip><snip> <snip><snip><snip><snip--DO NOT START POSTS FOR THE PURPOSE OF LINKING> I have receive lots...
by Karla Iverson 5 years ago
If the hub comments are set to need approval before they are displayed, you can see that as someone who has commented. This would allow you, as a commenter, to easily tell the hub writer in a second comment if there was a mistake or serious typo without being concerned that it would be...
by charlie 3 years ago
Why are people allowed to post and not allow comment.I was just notified of a new hub in the Christianity section. It is pure foolishness and does not belong, but he gets to push his ideas with no worry about those with truth bothering him. WHY?
by Rajan Singh Jolly 5 years ago
When one has hundreds and thousands of readers, how does one manage to read their hubs?And keep a track.
by Mark Ewbie 7 years ago
It's nice to get comments on hubs, but I am less sure about their value on commercial hubs. In fact I am tempted to leave them off.I think there are two games in town - the internal Hubber traffic - very nice no money - and the external traffic.But I wonder if anyone has experience of this or...
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