Has any *experienced* hubber ever used more than one comment capsule in their hubs?
No, I haven't actually. Great idea!
Wait, you said experienced? Nevermind, delete my comment.
LOL G|M, I just meant people who know how to use the capsules. I've seen it before with people on their first hubs.
I'm thinking about looking to get statements on a particular issue and then get overall comments on the hub itself.
BTW, did you get the connection in the e-mail I sent you?
Thanks Misha! That just showed me that a poll will do the trick, I think! We'll have to see!
I don't think multiple comment capsules would get the response you want. Most people's comment(s) will include their opinion on the subject of the hub *and* their opinion of your writing skills.
One comment capsule + one or more poll capsule(s) is definitely the way to go.
Can I borrow some Misha? Or did you get yours from your wife? ;D
Yup JamaGee, I'm going to use the poll capsules! Thanks!
She has a great point..how often do we tend to comment? ;D
Never used a poll capsule before. How they gonna benefit us? Jemma any suggestion on it?
On the subject of polls, may I suggest "None of the above" as a choice. I like to participate in polls, but often the choices don't *quite* fit, so I don't vote. "None of the above" at least lets you know a reader noticed the poll. Just a thought...
Thank you, JamaGenee. I will consider that as a good point. I haven't done it so far and I'm not sure whether or not it will apply to this particular hub though lol
Oh yes I have to agree with "None of the above" - so frustrating when you don't fit any of the categories!
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