And a Happy Thursday Morning. Much ado about hub comments in the forums I see.
Don't you want to control the comments your readers make? I like to see them first and respond.
I have a lot of comments which are good and useful but which have terrible grammar and spelling errors (ironic since many of my Hubs are about how to write!). Ever since I've learned these errors count against me, I've been deleting them but I wish that we could correct the errors without otherwise interfering with the comments.
I don't have any comments to moderate and deleted just a few spam comments, thanks to you paradigmsearch. I remember last year (or maybe it was 2014) when you pointed out the 'comments' section on our 'my accounts' page and suggested we clean up our comments. Thanks to your forum advice back then, I didn't have hundreds to go through this time around. You're a helpful hubber.
Just as you were a big help to me when I started, jansares. Thank you for that!
JanShares is indeed a good person. The world needs more like her. If I'm ever in D.C. (never going to happen), she gets hug ambushed.
As for HubPro slaughtering our comments via denying, I still think it is a good idea. It's getting so one doesn't know what's what re: seo. Got to defer to the experts.
Dah..Hubpro schubpro..Google schmoogle..I don't even care anymore. Let's meet up, join forces, get to DC asap and hug bomb janshares.
Sweet of you, Jesse. Glad I could be of help.
by Susannah Birch 11 years ago
Sometimes I come across hubs that are well written but have a glaring grammatical mistake or other error. I usually leave a note along the lines of "---- needs to be fixed up, Feel free to delete this."Just wondering if too many "deleted comments" could ever have a detrimental...
by Virginia Kearney 5 years ago
I just emailed a comment to HubPages staff but thought I'd also ask the forum group. I have a lot of errors in the comments posted on my Hubs because I write Hubs read by students and by people who are not native English speakers. It never occurred to me that these grammar and spelling...
by McKenna Meyers 2 years ago
I made the mistake of responding to a person's comments each time she wrote something new. Then she kept going and going until finally the comments no longer pertained to my article. Now I want to delete all of them because they're of no value to anyone else. How do I delete all comments and all my...
by Escobana 8 years ago
<link snipped>While enjoying my tribute to ImKarn23, I've been dealing with a somewhat awkward sitituation. Someone who calls herself Diva43, left a hateful and horrible comment on my Hub about Imkarn23. This is a purely personal issue but after the many comments left afterwards, I decided to...
by the pink umbrella 5 years ago
"one should always aim at being interesting rather than exact" -VOLTAIREYes, i know that checking your spelling and grammer make for a better hub score, but is anyone else sick of other hubbers who you arent familiar with commenting on your page that you misspelled something? Lets chat...
by Deborah 6 years ago
Is it ever justified to delete reader comments?Do you ever delete comments on your Hubpages? Sometimes we get inappropriate or over promoting comments on our hubs, how do you handle the situation?
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