When we reply to comments on our hubs, are those visits registered by goggle? More specifically...
.... does it affect our view duration statistics?
Our views and comments on our hubs do not count unless we are logged off and on a different computer. It's done by coding specific to each computer and network. For each network a view is recorded. For each hubber, a view is recorded. So if you had six people in a public network logged in, it would count as six views.
by Nadine May20 months ago
For the last ten days I do not seem to be able to reply to the 12 comments that I have received on various posts. After having read an article and having left a comment, that does not seem to work either. I have...
by schoolgirlforreal7 years ago
I post alot of comments and all i know to find out what was said by that hubber in response, if they do respond, is to go to Comments I made and check.Wouldn't it be quicker if we got an email?
by earnestshub8 years ago
When I get a comment on one of my hubs I usually reply, at least with a thanks if I can. I notice some do and others do not reply to comments.I am wondering if there is any reason for not replying apart from being too...
by LongTimeMother11 months ago
For years I have been diligent about responding to questions left on my hubs. But now I've discovered comments are being published on my articles without appearing in my Comments section, so I look like I'm rude and...
by Lesleysherwood5 years ago
Do you find that leaving comments and replying to them increases your stats, or does it take you away (time wise) from writing hubs?
by Liz Elias13 months ago
So, I've always thought it was the polite thing to do to reply to commenters, and thank them for their time and input, and I've made an effort to do so consistently.However, I'm wondering if this is now being...
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