My anamikas ID on Twitter had 18500 plus followers, but now I see 3798. Similarly another ID of mine which had 21000 followers now only has around 9500 followers. I sincerely wish that I close my eyes and my followers return. Tried it several times... but in vain,lol. Is anyone else having a similar experience?
I know of a guy who lost a couple thousand followers, its usually accounts which are spam and bots that are banned/deleted. But you never know, have you tried contacting the people who work at twitter?
Well, I have not contacted twitter. I heard that twitter is deleting inactive followers some where... but can't believe that those many followers of mine are inactive.
by healthmunsta7 weeks ago
I am literally sick and tired of people who follow you, and then, when you follow them back, they promptly unfollow you. Really, people? What do you do when someone unfollows you shortly after you follow them? Do you...
by SmartAndFun5 years ago
How many months of inactivity does it take for you to consider a hubber inactive? I have seen some say 4 months. What is it for you? 3 months? 9 months? A year or more? Just curious.
by Peggy Woods4 years ago
For the last several days if I wish to share a good hub from a HP author with my followers, it won't do it for some reason. Is anyone else having this problem?
by sheenarobins7 years ago
Everyone who has Twitter come follow Hubpages and lets all follow one another. Let's all promote the site who nurtured us a writer!
by ilovehubbing7 years ago
How to be in the conversation.This is may Twitter http://twitter.com/MurrayNewlandsIf you follow me, I will follow you.Please post your Twitter contact below and follow everyone in the thread and they will flow you!Good...
by SunSeven7 years ago
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