What to do if your comment doesn’t show up

by Carmen Van Kerckhove

As you know, comments are moderated on this site according to the regulations here. But if you post a comment and don’t see it approved in a reasonable amount of time (12 to 24 hours), and you’re pretty sure you didn’t violate any of those regulations, it’s possible that your comment got caught in the spam filter.

If you think that may be happening, feel free to email me at carmen@newdemographic.com to let me know, and I can go fish it out if I have time. Be sure to tell me your handle/name, and maybe a few keywords that were in your comment. That way I can do a search and find it. This has happened to a few different commenters recently, so I thought I’d let everyone know. Thanks!

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