When a hubber commented on your hub, but using word by word or just copied the last answered you (author) have made for another commenter, do you approve it? Deny it?
I'd approve it. The more comments a hub has the more likely it's going to get traffic. Reply to every answer and see if you can get a conversation started about your hub.
I am woefully negligent in that regard...
Thanks johndnathan for your opinion. I answer every comment but I would like the commenter to comment in their own words not just repeating what I wrote to the other commenter.
What did you write that was repeated? Was it something generic like "nice hub" or was it something much more descriptive?
I was only writing thank you to my last commenter and saying that "yes, it was not only relaxing but also profitable to your health." It was not worth it to make me feel angry and have wrinkles for it. I just want to know how my co- hubbers react about it.
If someone does that, they are just commenting to get the link created by their name on your Hub. In other words, they are using you! So I would definitely deny the comment, it's not meant in a generous spirit.
That was a lazy one. If someone really read your article, he/she must create a unique own comment or maybe just congrats you on your article.
I can't say I've seen that happen but if I did, I'd still approve it. I appreciate every comment and thank the person.
Maybe the person did read it but was just too lazy to compose his own response. Still the person wanted you to see that he read your article. I think I would approve it even though I have never seen it.
Out of respect for the individual's comment that was copied, it might be best to deny the copied comment.
by Christin Sander 6 years ago
Do you delete hub comments that are very generic if it appears the commenter hasn't read the hub?I notice my more popular hubs will get comments left that are just generic like "this was great thanks". I have started deleting these comments because they don't add anything meaningful...
by The Write Life 16 months 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 it's treated as spammy or rewarded. Don't remember the deal with links in comments....
by Oyewole Folarin 13 days ago
The image below is a preview of what I observed about the comment section. I can’t approve this comment because what the guest user left is not shown.
by mega1 8 years ago
This has probably been addressed elsewhere but I haven't found the answer yet. Is it ok to post a link to your own hub in the comments section to someone else's hub on the same or similar subject? I just found such a post in a comment on one of my hubs and don't know whether its a good...
by Melanie Palen 11 days ago
Here is what my comment approval area looks like:Chrome: Version 67.0.3396.79 (Official Build) (64-bit)MacOS
by sunasia22 6 years ago
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