Big websites like Techcrunch are using Facebook Comments. Google has also started to index Facebook Comments. Facebook Comments will mean more interactive discussion on a hub, and bring more traffic as comments posted by visitors will be posted on their walls.
I think Hubpages should implement this, with other options like remaining anonymous.
http://news.cnet.com/8301-1023_3-573188 … -comments/
by Audrey Hunt7 months ago
I've come across a hub, now and then, without a comment section. Is this a choice made by the author? If so, why?
by Dr Mark7 months ago
I have been getting one or two questions every day in my email through the new "contact the author" feature. The questions have been very important; almost always they are questions/details that can help other...
by 2uesday5 years ago
I was looking at the new layout on a hub and it made me think that the 'go to last comment' does not really show up as much as it might. I sometimes get comments from people who are not regular HubPage visitors and they...
by Prayer Power3 years ago
I keep getting 4-5 spam comments daily from witches and spell casters that I would like to stop. How can I block them or stop them from spamming my posts. Its becoming like a job to keep deleting them every day.
by vietnamvet686 years ago
Have you noticed that when you go to write a hub you now have to put in the comment section. What is up with that, Do people realize it is not there anymore? I didn't realize it at first. I went to comment...
by Sam5 years ago
Maybe I'm just not understanding something (which is entirely possible). Readers make comments and the authors have a choice to 'approve' or 'deny' the comments. And I like to reply to those that comment......
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