What's the wisdom behind retaining old Hubber's of years of association with no Hubs, No Following and No Followers?
Abandoned accounts are the heavy mattress below the "grandfathered" hubs heap. Many of those are from readers who wanted to post a comment and thought they had to sign in to do so. This will continue until something is changed for commenting when not logged in.
Maybe the number of pages/subdomains increases a site's magnitude? It wouldn't be hard to do a clean up, and many of us have begged staff to address this issue. The current policy is to put effort and resources into "best traffic" hubs.
I don't understand the benefits of such an approach, but there you are. That is the downside of sharing a platform.
by Ben Guinter6 years ago
In my years on this site I have seen so many people randomly follow me in hopes that I follow them back. And then as soon as I do, if the topics they write on interest me, they delete me from the hubbers they're...
by Escobana3 years ago
Let us welcome both of us to OUR new world of friendship.......nice to met you here and looking forward to know you more.....read you more......Take care and God bless you.
by Audrey Hunt4 weeks ago
Will my hubscore be affected if I unfollow inactive hubbers?
by Fenixfan6 years ago
When I first joined Hubpages, I went, as I call it, click crazy. I was just following everyone I could in hopes they would follow me and read my hubs. Soon I realized that half of the people I followed weren't even...
by DdraigX6 years ago
Just a quick question, as above, does having followers help your hubs/hubscore?
by Kent Maureen3 years ago
Hello,I am new here in HubPages. Just signed up for an account a few days ago and I barely got any followers. I would like to know some tips on how to increase my number of followers aside of course, from writing a...
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