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 Dr Mark14 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 Audrey Hunt14 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 David Stillwell5 years ago
How important is it to have a comment section on your hubs, or How important is it to respond?I was going through some of the hubs that belong to some of the top paid hubbers ( info found on the success story page) and...
by Peter Messerschmidt5 years ago
Why do people post hubs without a comment section?Every now and then I come across hubs with no comment section. Are these the result of simple oversight, or perhaps people not familiar with the various elements you can...
by Patrick Kamau5 years ago
What happened to the reply button on the comment section?I have realized the reply button is becoming available only after you scroll all the way down to the comment box, type your reply and hit the post comment button....
by Jack Lee2 years ago
I have ran into a few issues with current HubPages comment module.1. The current comment section allows for unlimited text. This leads to some comments being overly long and windy. Please limit all comments to 200 words...
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