I had an "unverified" commenter who gave me some information I have searched for for a long time. I would love to get back in touch with this person to try and get more inportant info.
Anyone know how I can do that? I checked under traffic to try and get a clue but can't get any info.
There's no way I guess. But, if they followed your hub, they'd get an email when new comments are posted. You could try asking the question as a comment on your hub.
Thanks! I didn't know the person would receive an email when I commented on their comment. I did write in my comment that I'd like to talk to the person more about this, and how important it is to get more info. If I were more computer savvy, I think I could get their address (IVP address, or something like that). Thanks again!
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