Some Hubbers may have experienced a similar problem as I have-- often when going from HubPages to one of my niche site articles, I find myself viewing it as a reader and not the author (meaning I can't respond to comments or edit it until I sign in).
I've found that if I simply refresh the niche site article's page, it automatically signs me in, saving me the minor inconvenience of having to log back in. Hope this helps!
Jeremy, Why are you responding to comments from within your individual hubs? It's so much easier to approve and respond to all comments in one place – From your account comment page
(go to account > comments).
You don't need to log into each niche and you can answer multiple comments from there without hassle. You can also see you spam folder from there, as well as admin approved comments you may have missed.
+1. It's much easier to reply to comments from your account rather than going to the niche site.
Thanks for the tip--I often do just that.
However, refreshing my memory on prior comments (as well as the material a comment may be referring to) optimizes my answers. Also, I tend to wait for a few comments before replying (so I can respond to all at once), necessitating a page visit.
Finally, it's a good way to revisit old material, give it a quick skim, and see if I have any minor changes I'd like to make.
Thanks for the tip! I often revisit my hubs to check the traffic stats, and logging in is a waste of time!
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