Anyone else getting strange very long comments on your Hubs.....

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  1. duffsmom profile image61
    duffsmomposted 11 years ago

    Anyone else getting strange very long comments on your Hubs.....

    that are unrelated to the article and about something altogether different?  This particular Hubber has hit the same Hub twice with these diatribes.

  2. Seeker7 profile image83
    Seeker7posted 11 years ago

    Hi duffsmom, I haven't had these on my own hubs but have seen them on other peoples. Some of them are really freaky and unbalanced! If they are becoming a nuisance I would report it to the Hub Pages team, perhaps there could be a way to block the person responsible?

  3. justom profile image59
    justomposted 11 years ago

    I've not had any but I'd be interested to hear anyone's rant. Life is full of unusual things.

  4. Krysanthe profile image89
    Krysantheposted 11 years ago

    I haven't seen any either.  If it's bothersome to you just don't accept the comment.  Then at least it won't show up for everyone else to see.

  5. Annasea profile image60
    Annaseaposted 11 years ago

    I'm new to Hubs, but on another site a group of jokesters would conspire to pick someone at random and on the same day comment on one of their photos with comments that had nothing to do with the photo.
    I'm ashamed to say we did it to drive people up a tree, but we were not malicious in any way, and the things we wrote were funny and even poetic. Just entirely off-point.
    Sometimes the person 'got it' and then we'd let him or her in on the joke and offer them a place in our little troll group.
    Now, this was years ago, before big spamming bots were a problem. I don't know if it would be considered good clean fun today.

  6. shanaya profile image61
    shanayaposted 11 years ago

    Hello Ma'am!
    I havn't had any yet but if he/she bothering you alot then just don't accept their comments.

  7. pork22 profile image77
    pork22posted 11 years ago

    They are probably spammers, posting random text with links to their site. I've had a few and marked them as spam. They do it to try to get links to their site for SEO purposes.

  8. johncimble profile image53
    johncimbleposted 11 years ago

    is that probably called spam i thinks!?

  9. sairakhan profile image39
    sairakhanposted 11 years ago

    I haven't yet recieved any such comments.But if you are having this kind of problem then just don't give response to their comments and don't accept them.They will stop doing this after some time


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