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.
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.
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.
by Emmyboy 4 years ago
Wouldn't it have been better if we can delete/modify our comments on hubpages any time we wish?Do you think hubpages should include such feature like what is obtainable on facebook?What do you say? Please share your thoughts on this.
by Kelley Eidem 2 years ago
Every time one of my pages is updated it gets turned off for public viewing!?!? For example - please keep in mind that this is but one example out of many! - a change to the comment section either allowing or shutting down comments results in the page being taken down for a period of...
by Edweirdo 8 years ago
I'm pretty new at this, so I can really only gauge my hubs' performance against one another!This one is one of my earliest hubs, yet it has fewer views than ones that I've published just a few days ago.http://hubpages.com/hub/How-To-Choose-T … k-CookwareGranted, it's only been 3 weeks, but...
by aykianink 5 years ago
How do I report a comment that was posted onto my hub?It was surprisingly venomous. For reference, here is the comment: "5 reasons why I hate dog lovers they piss me off they do not love God they have sex with their dogs they hate children they hate every thank but they love their...
by David Livermore 21 months ago
Try as I might, I can't respond to any comments in my hubs. I can add a new comment, but I can't directly reply to comments. I sign out and then sign back in, both on HP and the niche sites.How can I interact with my readers if I can't respond?
by beebong 8 years ago
Is it possible to place my HubPages widget onto a Facebook Page?.
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