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Caffeinated Content: Yahoo Answers & Comments

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by JigJig, Jan 21, 2009.

  1. JigJig

    JigJig Regular Member

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    I hate to create a new thread for this, as several already exist (for Caff. Content in general, not this particular question) but I asked this in one of those and I doubt anyone saw it.

    When you have Caff Content making posts from Yahoo Answers, and they are scheduled to be posted in the future, why do the comments not show up? Sometimes one comment will show up (when the original Yahoo Answer thread has multiple comments) but oftentimes no comments are posted.

    When Caff Content posts Yahoo Answers in the past (like if I had it make a post that had yesterdays date) several comments would appear. Does anyone know why this is? Any help would be much appreciated - Thanks for your time!
     
  2. DaveNL

    DaveNL BANNED BANNED

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    Is there no support from the creator of Caff? is see a lot a questions lately
     
  3. KingCrab

    KingCrab Regular Member

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    I think you must have set the comments to be scheduled, so it could be quite a while. Or did make sure your settings for comments are auto approved?
     
  4. Jagged55

    Jagged55 Power Member

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    If you pay for it, just contact him through the members forum on his site and he will answer your questions. He knows many are using nulled versions of the plugin so I don't think he has any ambition to post publicly about anything.
     
  5. litning1078

    litning1078 Registered Member

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    I would have to suggest paying for a copy, if you have not done so already and then contacting him with your question. I have purchased this myself as I think it is a very good program and want him to support it for awhile, so I think he deserves the money. I emailed him with a question awhile ago and he replied promptly with the solution.

    I love the fact that you can get a lot of software here for "a trial or to test it out", but in my opinion, if it is going to go into my arsenal of tools I use on a regular basis, I feel the author deserves credit and money for helping me out. That is just my opinion.
     
  6. JigJig

    JigJig Regular Member

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    Include answers is checked, and so is auto approve comments. I am definitely considering purchasing this (as it seems to be the best autoposting plugin, at least from what I've seen) once I prove to myself that this autoblogging stuff can work (for me) and is even the least bit profitable, but for now I am still making tweaks and trying to get everything the way that I want it.

    Has anyone else run into this problem?
     
  7. heretolearn

    heretolearn Registered Member

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    True. I agree. I see posts about "get the best blah blah software of it's kind out there now free". If it's so good and "the best" and can make you money, then pay for it. Paying helps supports the author and gives them incentive to make more software or improve the ones they have out there; in most cases:)