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What is the rationale the HP Team uses to impose "Others You Might Like" on one's profile page?

RANT: I look at the three "Others You Might Like"--Hubbers listed on my profile page--noting that we share at least one mutual follower, or, in one instance, five. When I check out these Hubbers I discover that (1) we have nothing else in common; (2) our writing styles, topics, etc. are dissimilar; so (3) why should someone who enjoys my hubs be interested in these arbitrarily-chosen "Others You Might Like?" For that matter, why should I want to read these three writers' hubs? I understand the principle for promoting other HP writers in this manner, but PLEASE, HP...use logic when doing so!

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Best Answer Carolee Samuda (Cardisa) says

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    Jaye Denman (JayeWisdom) 3 years ago

    Thanks, Cardisa. It's not that I want to blacklist the Hubbers in that list. I just don't believe anyone who reads my writing will naturally be interested in theirs. If I blacklisted them, HP Team will just add three more that are irrelevant.

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