I have searched for the answers to these questions, but to no avail. If your reply is a link to the learning center, then my ability as a detective is nil and I apologize.
What is the best way to set your settings for the comment capsule? Keep the default mode or do you do it differently? More specifically, Do you hit yes or no for only signed-in users may post comments?
Do you recommend keeping the Ad setting in the default mode or set at low or moderate?
Most Hubbers allow all types of comments. If you have hubs that appeal to a wider, external audience, comments from non-Hubbers may help keep the contents fresh. I have disabled all comments from non-Hubbers, as I prefer not to moderate them.
Ad settings must be set to high if hubs have outbound commercial links or the hub promotes any products or services. If not, it is up to you, but reducing the ad level will obviously also reduce the income potential.
by Christy Kirwan 13 months ago
Please visit the HubPages Blog for an update on Comment Capsules in articles and let us know here if you have any questions or comments.
by Peg Cole 7 years ago
Is there a way to close the box for Global Comment default selections after we have set them? I miss seeing the comments right up at the top, replaced by this Global Comment Capsule box.I know to scroll down to get to the first comment, but is it necessary to see this choice every time I address...
by Sherri 8 years ago
I'm sure there are many reasons for and against responding to comments left by your readers. What do you think?
by LauraGT 6 years ago
There seem to be many hubbers who have no published hubs and are still allowed to comment on other people's writing. While there are some hubbers who are simply new and asking questions before diving in, it seems that some people open accounts purely for the purposes of making comments, often nasty...
by carol stanley 20 months ago
Do you continue to read hubs of those you follow if they don't comment on your hubs?When you have limited time do you just comment on those who regularly comment on your hubs?
by Annsalo 2 years ago
Why do hubbers turn off commenting for an article?Especially if it is a "Stir the pot" type question. What is the point of taking time to write articles, sometimes very well written articles, then turning off the comments? We all know the Q and A doesn't provide ample room for any real...
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