Is it possible to ignore a Hubber's comments throughout Hubpages?
There is a certain Hubber on Hubpages that either appears to suffer from mental illness or is just being a troll and spewing nonsense. Is there any way to globally ingore this Hubber, so I don't have to waste space with his/her comments? This Hubber has zero hubs. Frankly, I'm surprised that Hubpages allows such an obvious troll to continue to operate on their site?!?
Well what I do is delete the comments straight away and also flag...after awhile they just go away..Oh and send hubpages a copy of what you just asked here..that will help a lot they are pretty good about acting on this sort of thing...hope this helps Mike :0)
1. Not approve their comments.
2. Don't allow comments on your hubs.
3. Let the HP staff know.
And let me guess this hubber does not have an avatar ?
I don't know of any way to globally ignore someone. Your own comment section you can moderate as you choose.
Some people actually do have zero hubs, but actively (and in some cases, usefully) just participate in forums and/or comment on other hubs.
My best advice would be to say that online you have to pick your battles. You can't fight every opinion you disagree with or every troll you encounter. A lot of ignoring has to be self-generated. Just recognize it as unworthy of your time and move on to something that is.
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