There is a person who literally attacks almost all of my articles in a certain category. He picks out a keyword and responds about something that is not even the focus of the article. His comments are longer than my articles. In fact, they are long enough for him to have written his own article instead of negatively commenting on what I wrote. It could be overlooked if it happened once, but this is an ongoing occurrence. It has become a form of bullying.
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Paula, thanks for the encouragement. He is a hubber. I deleted his comments and have reported him. He even tried to harass me for asking the question here. I had to delete that comment also.
Good for you. and Amen....hope you've seen the last of him. Some people just live to be angry and try to pull others down with them. It's our job to rise above. I've had to go head to head a few times. It's tiring, Bless you.
Thanks. The person even criticized me for posting this question, but I deleted it.
Sounds like the individual is just craving your attention. Don't give it to them. Keep deleting.
Hubpages staff will respond when you tell them you feel harassed. I know this for certain, I've been on both sides of it. The person can be removed.
Margaret, please keep in mind that you must send an email with the content of his bullying. Or just don't delete the comment until HP has a chance to view the comment. In short, just send them the link. HP needs proof.
Thanks, Ralph, for your comments. I let the situation go on for a long time, but then I reported it to HP.
Thanks, Ronald, that's what I do. I deny the comments them, but the person doesn't know that and continues to comment negatively and refute what I write. In fact, the person has criticized me for asking this question.
Margaret...FYI. a person surely does know if & when we deny or delete a comment For 1 thing, they see it's not on Ur site. Also, in their activity thread, it states the comment was "unapproved." They NEED 2 know what a nuisance they R!