When reviewing a comment on a post, you find that it is disjointed, and lacks punctuation, do you approve it?
If someone commented on my hub, I would approve it. Even if they are critical of my hub, I approve - why should we only approve positive comments?
That was my first inclination also. I do not want to judge.
What really got me thinking about this was something I read here about content generators, and how they are used to post and create hubs. I'm not sure what a content generator is, but this comment sounded very similar to what was being described. I have since cut and paste the comment into another post under this forum topic if you would like to view it. I am very new to all of this, less than a week, and I definitely want to give and get grace. But the discussion I remember reading was concerned with quality of the hubpages in general. And I do realize that comments probably do not affect the overall quality of hubpages.
Here is the comment that I am speaking of:
I do remember how wringer washer and put rubber diapers through that wringer diapers and explodes and I ruined a couple of shirts
Did you ever get anything caught in a wringer?or ruined a couple of shirts?
an article of the wash may
wrap several times around a roller before it is noticed; unwinding such a
piece is often difficult, sometimes impossible without removing a roller.
Why not? maybe they're typing in comment from a phone.
I generally approve all comments except the very obvious spam -- i.e, a comment that is about buying a new cell phone app when the hub is about cooking or something.
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by Chace 21 months ago
Do you approve all comments on your hubs, even if every third word is a swear word? I'm just wondering if it's normal to do so or if it's normal to just delete it.
by Kimberly Lake 7 years ago
Do you approve or deny negative feedback that includes insulting comments on you HubPages?
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