I was just about to respond to comments I received on some of my hubs and when I clicked submit after writing a comment I received this message: We're sorry. Comments are undergoing maintenance right now and no new comments are permitted at this time. Maintenance should be completed within about an hour.
What sort of maintenance are comments undergoing? Is this going to be a regular thing so that it won't always be possible to respond to comments when it's convenient for us? Has anyone else ever received this message when attempting to respond to comments?
by MarieLB9 days ago
There is a new short comment on one of articles I have edited lately.The system has indicated that it is Spam.I wonder why and how can this be identified?I normally feel that it is right to acknowledge and respond to...
by duaneeddy7776 years ago
I'm new to HubPages, and I received some very encouraging comments about my first Hub. How do I respond to them, and can I? I would like to at least acknowledge I received their comments.
by Tessa Schlesinger11 days 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...
by Karen Metz7 years ago
When you receive a comment on one of your hubs, do you always post back with a comment? Or, just when there is something to post back about. For example if someone just comments that it is a nice hub, do I need to...
by Sherri7 years ago
I'm sure there are many reasons for and against responding to comments left by your readers. What do you think?
by Tiny Pearls7 years ago
I seem to recall that authors should not visit their own pages (maybe its an adsense thing?) so I wanted to find out if there is a "correct" way to respond to comments on our own hubs. Should we just...
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