Just want to ask advice from more other hubbers here - I've been getting comments that ask for more information from non-hubbers. Then they leave their email addresses for me to email them. How do you respond to this type of request or do you respond at all? Any advice will be very welcome. Thanks!
I forgot to add - those that leave their addresses want to ask for my help (like an advice, more information or something). I just don't want to email them because I don't want to expose my email address to somebody I do not really know.
Thanks Eileen and bukan for your answers.
Set up a seperate email for these inquiries. Set it up in yahoo or other general email with a decent spam filter. But make sure you have a good/up-to-date spyware program on your computer and if the inquiry doesn't ask pertinent questions, delete it.
Thanks The Rope and Marisa. I don't think my spyware program is up-to-date . I just replied in my hubs (on one of them at least) that they can refer to the links I included, which contain more info than my hubs.
You should also check out whspr!
I haven't personally used it, but I've read good reviews.
That www.whspr.me is exactly what you need. Go check it out, it's for ppl who don't want to give out their email address but they need to contact someone.
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