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Wouldn't you like your hub's comments to go onto more than just one page?

  1. Teresa Schultz profile image80
    Teresa Schultzposted 5 years ago

    Wouldn't you like your hub's comments to go onto more than just one page?

    Or do they on some hubs and I just haven't ever received that many comments that mine go onto a second page? If it never happens that comments go onto a second page (or more) wouldn't it be nice if they did? People who have slow Internet connections wouldn't have to wait as long as they sometimes need to for a page to finish opening when there are plenty of comments on a hub, and more ad earnings (more pages with ads on) for both hubbers and owners of HubPages.

  2. JohnGreasyGamer profile image83
    JohnGreasyGamerposted 5 years ago

    I wouldn't mind seeing this, though when I asked a similar question about articles themselves being split into page numbers, it had something to do with the "pages" in "HubPages". It made no sense whatsoever.

    Though when you consider slow internet users such as myself, it's something that needs to be implemented.

  3. Cathleena Beams profile image72
    Cathleena Beamsposted 5 years ago

    The more content on a page the better the Search Engines will rate it usually, so it is better to have long pages than a bunch of short ones from what I've heard.  There may be a point though that they are considered too long.  I read in a recent hub that it was better to keep them under 1500 words, so maybe criteria has changed from what it used to be a couple years ago where the longer the page the better.  Good question.  I am interested in the answer to this also.

    1. Teresa Schultz profile image80
      Teresa Schultzposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      I agree that pages should be long, but when scrolling down and down and down and down to read loads of comments, it gets a bit ridiculous. Having 40 or 50 comments to a page would still be a long page - more than that seems too much.

 
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