Do you like to revisit friend's old hubpages and reread them?
When notifications show comments on old Hubs, are you inclined to revisit, reread and comment again? I did this today on Vinaya's Hub and found a new perspective. Maybe from reading more comment contributions, maybe from reading over the HP, but this could contribute to a revival on older works.
I often do that. I have met some outstanding writers and I will from time to time revisit their work. I am not trying to give them extra page views or anything like that. I just enjoy their work.
by Sherri5 years ago
I am sick and tired of seeing others' comments to hubs I've commented on show up in my "notifications". They show up because I didn't uncheck the default "follow" when I commented on a hub. This is...
by Denny Lyon9 years ago
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by Erick Hernandez8 months ago
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by Faith Reaper3 years ago
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by Deb Hirt3 years ago
I was notified about a comment by the auto generated e-mail, which does not exist on my hub. What happened? This is normally a regular commenter.The HubPages user Jackie Lynnley left a comment on your Hub...
by Kenneth Avery5 years ago
A question for those more-enlightened hubbers:Usually, when I publish a hub, in a day or two, sometimes three, comments from hubbers are automatically sent to me via my registered email address on Yahoo. Lately, no...
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