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Some comments I make on hubs are immediately unapproved - why?


In two instances, I made a comment on a hub that didn't appear; it just said it had to be approved by the author first, and it thanked me for participating in the HubPages community. When I looked at my activity on my profile page, it said my comment was unapproved. Neither of my comments were controversial. Why is this happening?

 

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    Yoleen Lucas (Say Yes To Life) 2 years ago

    I believe both those people haven't been on in awhile, so maybe they didn't find my comments. Maybe the person I emailed lost my email through a full mailbox. Thanks for your response.

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    Yoleen Lucas (Say Yes To Life) 2 years ago

    Something similar just happened. I posted a comment to a hub. An hour later, I posted a second comment - and the first one disappeared.

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    Jacqui (jlpark) 2 years ago

    Occasionally some come up as spam, when they aren't spam - I've had to unspam a few of the comments to some of my hubs..I have NO idea why


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    sheilamyers 2 years ago

    I agree with what you say about comments that should be approved and which shouldn't be.


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