I received a comment from a guest outside of hub pages. I replied to the comment, but I don't know if there is a mechanism in hub pages to get the reply back to the guests.
There is no way, unless they decide to revisit your hub. Which most likely they will.
I find that many "guests" simply want to comment to leave their website address.
None of mine have returned
Thanks for all your replies. I wrote a hub on Women Pilots in World War II. They were called the WASP (Womens Airforce Service Pilots). The comment was from the daughter of one of the WASP and I was honored to receive the comment. I replied to her and that's why I'm asking the question. Thanks again everybody.
well I had one guest prove me wrong and they returned to answer my comment.. I guess there's a first time for everything..
I receive many comments from guests. Occasionally they do return.
I was a guest on here for 5 months before I decided to join. I made many good friends while I was a guest. It depends on the guest. If she is interested, she will be back.
I am excessively proud of a page that has had around 1500 comments.
I don't get involved. They just talk amongst themselves.
After the first fifty or sixty comments I replaced the 'Comment' heading with 'Forum'. So now it is a forum.
I get quite a few discussions with guest commenters on some of my hubs, which often over-spill into emails also.. Especially those on Saudi Arabia as I get quite a few argumentative and abusive individuals!!!
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