Its seems strange to me that I get more commentors when my traffic is dropping than otherwise...Does anyone else see this pattern to their comments?
Maybe it's where the traffic is from. If your traffic has gone down it is likely that it is your Google SE traffic that is gone, and your HP traffic that has kept up. Hubbers are more likely to comment than SE visitors?
by Rebecca Mikulin6 years ago
I'm just curious if anyone else is experiencing this -- my traffic just jumped off a cliff completely today. As in -- yesterday I was even about 10% above average, then this morning EVERYTHING was down and it said I had...
by Michelle Liew4 years ago
I have been trying to leave comments on several articles that I have read this morning and somehow it bounces without being able to post. Is anyone experiencing this problem?
by Joanna McKenna5 years ago
For the last couple of days, notifications of new comments on my hubs or the hubs/Questions I'm following aren't appearing in the "Notifications" drop down OR in my email until as much as 8 hours after they...
by Holle Abee4 years ago
I've never had this happen much before: readers (not fellow hubbers) are leaving strange comments that have nothing to do with the hub topic. They're not leaving links, so how are the comments a benefit to the...
by Nathan Bernardo3 years ago
On a different account, somewhat "experimental" account, one of my Hubs is unfeatured. Generally my inclination was to unpublish it and move it or just delete it. But I kept it and put it in a Hub group....
by Angela Harris9 years ago
I can't seem to be able to post comments. This has happened before, but always cleared up in a couple of hours. Does anyone else have this problem at times?
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