A lot of people join and do a bit of following or forum posting, but never get their act together to do the hard work of making hubs that pass QAP. I think that is normal.
I did not start this thread. For some reason the first post has vanished.
I know this is not always the case but some people join just to get updates. One person joined HP yesterday and ask me to add him as my follower so he can follow my recipes. I have had other people join HP just to get email updates from me. So that covers just a few phantoms...lol
The OP was asking if it was weird to have followers with no hubs.
Honestly, I wish they would lock decapitated threads.
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