Many fellow hubbers and outsiders visit our hubs every day. Can we have a system or technology to know whoever, at least from the HubPage community, visited our hubs. I had found such kind of thing in ORKUT. Can we incorporate that technology to HP as well? It will help us to find the number and details of our visitors and perhaps may even helpful to enhance our traffic as we can respond with them later. (It is required especially when the visitor didn't leave any comments.) Please consider.
Are you suggesting that you should be given names of people visiting your hubs, so that you can then spam them even if they did not wish to start a dialogue with you in the comments section?
Sunikunnoth2012 .. Many of us prefer to stay anonymous so I do not wish to have such system here.
"Don't judge a man by his opinions, but what his opinions have made of him" ― Georg Christoph Lichtenberg
I am sure you have good intentions. Maybe those who didn't comment had a reason. I looked up the site you mentioned. It must work for them. Good luck with your writing. It is good that you express your ideas.
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