I am getting an odd comment daily relating to one specific Hub. Anybody else?
Every day almost I get an email regarding a "new comment" from Anonymous. The comment goes on to spout random and crazy messages.
This happens everyday to one of my Hubs
Sometimes I get strange comments. Since I moderate my comments though I never let them go through, so perhaps that's why I don't get as many anymore - they gave up lol . Just keep on deleting, it's all you can do.
I've had as many as one hundred and sixty comments on the same hub from the same person in a day before....and not a one of them was remotely intelligible.
Since I posted this I've received 4 comments, all from Anonymous. Are they in anyway dangerous to our Hub accoutnts?
No, but do not let someone goad you into saying something in anger, and do not let them leave some strange link in the comments.
I don't get them everyday which is great, but I did get the same comment on a number of my hubs a while back. They were selling something that was loosely related to my hub topics and I denied them all.
I had that happen once. Continue to moderate your comments and don't let this person's comments get the exposure they apparently want. I suspect that after awhile they will get bored and go away (or at least find another object of their obsession). Good luck!
You can block the comments so they're not published, right?
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