I keep getting 4-5 spam comments daily from witches and spell casters that I would like to stop. How can I block them or stop them from spamming my posts. Its becoming like a job to keep deleting them every day.
First, moderate all your comments if you don't already do so. That way they don't see instantly that their comment was published.
Then, before you click to deny or delete the comment, click their HP name and click report, in the Other space, copy paste what they wrote. I usually do this at least 3 times every 2 hours until the profile is gone.
HP will close their account that day. Usually! lol
As @RachaelOhalloran mentioned, if you edit the comments capsule there are a few options.
I would suggest enabling the following.
-Comments must be approved before they appear
-Only signed-in users may post comments
If they are SPAM, please mark them as such and if you can approve the comments you wish to see and they will show on your Hub only once you have approved them.
Are you talking about spam or are you talking about people who just have a different viewpoint to your own leaving comments?
I get regular comments on some of hubs telling me that my point of view is incorrect. I allow them and I answer them although I don't get into drawn out arguments.
All comments are good comments in my book, unless they are abusive, those I delete!
Not sure she should be flying and on the Internet at the same time, Mark.
by David Stillwell 6 years ago
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by world of the wise 9 years ago
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by Rajan Singh Jolly 7 years ago
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by Audrey Hunt 2 years ago
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by Susan Keeping 10 years ago
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by Compu-Smart 11 years ago
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