Would you use the comment capsule, or would you use the 'contact hubber' email option?
If you need to correct/advice/criticize a hubber on the hub's presentation or content.
Comment capsule should be used appropriately, not for personal vandetta.
I would uses the 'contact Hubber' and not correct them openly! It also depends on what you are trying to say.....
I'd also use "contact Hubber." Otherwise, the dialog that develops between you might distract from the good information in the article. Of course, the hubber may choose not to publicize your comment if you choose to correct by comment. I think "contact Hubber" is the polite way to go.
by Catherine Giordano3 years ago
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by Melissa Flagg OSC5 years ago
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by harmony1555 years ago
Do you think it's polite to point out to a fellow hubber that they have misspelled a word or name?
by Ari Lamstein6 years ago
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by german834 years ago
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by bgpappa8 years ago
Just curious, why would a hubber not provide a place for comments? Do they not what to hear from the peanut gallery?I read a hub, thought it was good, wanted to comment, not there. Found it odd.
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