I just noticed there were 3 of my articles with a comment each according to the hubtivity listing, but there are none showing on the particular articles. I've noticed this before but never 3 consecutive comments which aren't there. Any ideas? I hate for someone to be commenting and not being responded to!
Most likely, these comments were caught by the spam filter and then automatically deleted. Others have been reporting something similar.
I am finding that the statistics page is not updating the comments, being posted to the hubs. At least not immediately. It seems like it's taking hours to find out that I have comments.
Yet, the numbers on the statistics page isn't moving and then when I click on comments, I'll see I have comments.
I attribute that to the settings in my newly create hubs, however, when I post a response, and refresh the statistics page, my comments are not tallied with the rest.
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