well heres a first...a commercial posted as a comment by a hubber without followers and without hubs! Anyone else see this on their comments?
In general, the best course of action is to deny the comment and then click the button to mark it as spam. If the user has no other site activity, or you notice he/she is doing this on more than one hub, click the "flag this profile" button on the profile page of said user.
Actually, they don’t even have to be a Hubber to do that. Happens all the time.
by Kristin Trapp6 years ago
If HubPages ever has a focus group of selected hubbers I would love to be a part of it. They could do some regional focus groups (maybe start in Chicago for me) and really get some great input from a hubber's...
by Cindy Lawson6 years ago
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by ParadigmShift...8 years ago
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by WeddingConsultant9 years ago
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by Mary Hyatt6 years ago
I just have to mention this: I read the comments on Hub of The Day, and there is a Hubber that has made 2 very rude comments to the author. She has approved the comments, I suppose. I just think it is...
by L C David3 years ago
Look at one of your articles and check out the format for the Related Hubs. On mine it now looks like a list.
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