Would you include comments on hubbers' blogs in hp hubtivity, please?
1. Hubbers are not required to have blogs. Even if hubber does have a blog, no comments on external site can be shown on hubtivity.
2. You have pretty granular control over what comments on hubs you can see. Go here http://hubpages.com/hubtivity/comments and click on "edit preferences", upper right part of your screen.
lol seems like I missed this one. Thanks, both of you.
And the reason is... Why can no comments on external sites be displayed in hubtivity? Is it against the law? Does God forbid it? Or is the weather too cold?
My guess would be that it wouldn't be impossible, but would require a hell of a lot of work, far more than would justify the results.
But I could be wrong, maybe God does forbid it, 'thou shall not pollute thy Hubpages account with Blogger comments' or something to that effect.
It would make no business sense whatsoever for hubpages to flood their site with external links.
I think most hubbers who maintain a blog promote hubpages. Never mind. I don't comment on more than two blogs anyway.
..and personally I have more than enough on my plate keeping up with normal Hubtivity. If you want to follow Hubbers' blogs, you can do that yourself.
It's also not true to say that most Hubbers who have blogs use them to promote HubPages. There's a very large contingent of Hubbers who use their Hubs to promote their blogs.
Ooops. Umm, be more specific then, I did my best to understand what you need, and obviously failed.
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