Is there a limit to how many comments we can make in a day?
There is no limitation. But comments that are not sincere, if there are multiple of those within a short period of time, could be reported as spam. That could eventually lead to a ban on commenting.
You can make as many comments as you want. Reading the article first is not a prerequisite but it should be. Comments should be sincere and relevant to the article. If you can think of something nice to say, it is always appreciated. Sincerely trying to help their writing is usually appreciated.
by Kristin Kaldahl 2 months ago
I know we used to able to delete the comments capsule, but I can't find the delete button. Can we not anymore? I posted a Hub and don't want comments on this particular Hub. Any help would be appreciated!
by Thomas Dowling 5 years ago
I created a table with 19 rows in the Table Capsule. (I typed or pasted the data in each each row and column.) I pressed the Save button in the capsule when I was done. When it appeared in my Hub it only had 9 rows! Is this another Firefox related technical problem like the one that is preventing...
by Rodric Anthony Johnson 2 weeks ago
Hi Hubbers,I'd like some help with passing the Quality Assessment Process. Will you please give feedback on my article? What can I do to improve? Thanks!Here is my article: When Comments Become the Article 3
by o0jopak0o 7 years ago
Is there a limit on how many hubs/article you can write in hubpages in a day?I am not trying to spam but I write in spurts and I am feeling that I will have one at this instant.
by Cheri Hutson 5 years ago
Is there a limit to how many words one is allowed per article?
by badcompany99 9 years ago
Just interested in how many of you just read a hub and dont leave a comment. For me if i read something I always leave a comment but by looing at my reads I can only assume loads read but dont leave a comment. What makes you leave a comment and what makes you not bother, just curious.
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