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 P. Thorpe Christiansen 7 years ago
Anyone else getting strange very long comments on your Hubs.....that are unrelated to the article and about something altogether different? This particular Hubber has hit the same Hub twice with these diatribes.
by Justin Muir 2 years ago
Is it strange to get a lot of traffic to one hub but have absolutely not comments on it?I have a hub that gets anywhere from 177 to 200 views a day (alot for me). Yet, despite being viewed thousands of times, no one has commented on it / no engagement. Is that strange?
by Michelle Liew 5 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 Rebecca Mikulin 7 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 70 hits in the past 24 hours for all of my hubs. Is there a problem counting...
by MandiGirl 3 years ago
How can I have comments on my hub, but my traffic stats say 0 visits?I have two recent hubs. Both have comments, but it shows 0 traffic in the stats. Does this make sense to anyone?
by lovesleftovers 6 years ago
Is anyone else suddenly being bombarded with spam comments?I've never had a problem with spam comments on HubPages before, now suddenly I'm getting slammed with them. I wondered if anyone else is having this problem?
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