I have recently been receiving comments from hubbers whos names are not highlighted to link back to their profile. How can I find out if the hubber is legit? I tried to look up the name under hubbers, but it just gives a list of possibles and not the actual name. When I went to report the comment as spam, it didn’t give me that option.
Also, I am getting a few followers that have no hubs or followers. Is this a profile that I should report?
For right now, I have been denying the comments, but my curiousity has been tweeked when I couldn't look up the profile of the hubber.
She didn't know this at the time that I had signed up. I didn't realize she had made a profile till I was looking it up on my account page.
~If the comment no matter from where it comes from is a spam or promotional delete it otherwise not.
~ report a hubber who is spamming, don't report someone who don't have any hub or followers.
Uninvited writer is right, you don't have to be a hubber to comment, that's how I started here at hubpages, I was one of the most active reader of Febridethan's hub until I decided to join. those people that are not hubbers are addressed as unverified person, as long as they are not rude or spam or promotional don't delete them.
About your followers, what's wrong with them if they don't have hubs or followers yet? did you check when they did start at Hubpages? sorry for now I haven't experienced it..
Normally I don't pay attention to the hubbers that don't have followers or hubs. I just happened to receive a couple of negative comments on my hubs that left me wondering who the hubber was because I couldn't look up their profile.
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