My personal opinion- All these archived forum posts from years ago that hubbers are currently responding too are jamming up the entire system!
What is the point of responding to a forum post from 2 yrs. ago?
None of the posts even apply to anything that is current. HP needs to just delete them all.
We are unaware of any specific site issues that would result in a slow load times. I have used the site from multiple computer and locations (and ISPs) over the last week and have not noticed any loading time issues.
There was a large scale DDOS last week that affected a large amount of Internet traffic, but that was not a HubPages site issue and has since been resolved.
When you say it is slow, what specific content are you referring to?
All Hubs? Select Hubs? How long is it taking to load?
If so, I can test and try to reproduce the issue using a few different ISPs.
It could be a system resource issue (how much free RAM and CPU does you machine have available). You might want to try disabling all browser plugins or trying a different browser as well.
Glad you mentioned this. I've been having terrible problems getting Hubpages to load on my iPad (using Chrome, not the app) these last few days.
Sometimes I even wondered if HP was down altogether and I keep getting pages half-loaded else Cannot Connect error messages.
Sometimes the forums would load but got error messages saying the adverts at the bottom wouldn't load, something about them using too many characters for the servers or something.
Have switched my router off and on several times to no avail.
Laptop seems OK but then only get on here late at night.
by GlenR 2 weeks ago
I am still unsure of the etiquette/protocol regarding whether or not to respond to comments made on articles that I have written. On the one hand it seems rude not to acknowledge comments but, on the other hand, if there is nothing to write other than a thank you note it seems pointless. I think it...
by Sherri 8 years ago
I'm sure there are many reasons for and against responding to comments left by your readers. What do you think?
by Tessa Schlesinger 9 months ago
I was quite stunned a week or more ago when someone made a statement on one of my hubs that she had commented twice and I had snubbed her by not replying. Her comment had been particularly flattering, and probably because I've spent a lifetime being flattered by others only to find that they wanted...
by David Stillwell 5 years ago
How important is it to have a comment section on your hubs, or How important is it to respond?I was going through some of the hubs that belong to some of the top paid hubbers ( info found on the success story page) and a lot of those people do not respond to comments. In fact, many of their...
by FloraBreenRobison 6 years ago
I tried to post this in the answers section-where I think the question should be-but I kept being told the question had already been asked by someone else-not true-and I couldn't post it. This is directed only to hubbers who tend to respond to all comments left on their hub, rather than never...
by sweetypie1968 8 years ago
What is the proper etiquette for responding to comments, besides approving or denying the comment? Is it OK to write a response to each approved comment? .
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