Any hubbers out there receiving weird, disconnected comments?
Can anyone help me here? I have been receiving comments that seem to be totally disconnected from the hub I had written. Anybody else experiencing this or have some knowledge as to what might be happening?
All I can offer in the line of possible explanations Bruce, is that I have noticed when I go in to the actual Q&A lists, there's an unusually high influx of people who have just signed up (as in "minutes ago") no profile pic or info whatsoever. They instantly go to the Q&A and ask bizarre, off the wall questions with no sense to them....Just your typical lonely, bored & ignorant creature who has nothing better to do than cause disturbances & try to annoy others.
I assume they go onto our sites to leave similar nonsensical comments. Just report them, Bruce. They disappear in due time.....like a simple head ache. They persevere & go on to another site!! LOL
I always just chalk this sort of thing up to the fact that someone left the door to the flight deck, wide open again!!
Yes, I have had such experience. I just ignored and not approved the same. You too can deny or hide it.
I don't understand it, Born2care2001. I just got one and deleted it. It was long, disjointed, and rambling, nothing to do with my meatball recipe hub. Really weird.
yes i've had a few ... mark them as spam ... it will help hubpages admin clear the air.
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