Fellow hubbers, I would want your opinion on some of the possible reasons why some hubbers follow a hubber and then unfollow him.
Lots of possible reasons.
Many newbies follow other Hubbers for all the wrong reasons. They think following someone means being their friend, and that it will somehow help them earn income - which is not the case. So when they discover the right way to follow, they will unfollow all the people whose work doesn't interest them.
I make it a habit of reading all the hubs of the people I am following. Sometimes I just become uninterested in what they are writing. It does not mean they are bad writers, the subjects I want to read daily just change.
by healthmunsta7 hours 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 Audrey Hunt2 months ago
Will my hubscore be affected if I unfollow inactive hubbers?
by Goody55 years ago
I noticed recently after I followed someone in error, that I couldn't stop following them. Is this a new feature that when we follow another hubber, it's for ever now? Because this function is not working!
by dutch847 years ago
When I first started out with hubpages I followed hundreds of people, because I wanted them to follow me back, because I though that's how you get readers to come to your hub. I recently found out that following a lot...
by iamalegend6 years ago
please help me to find possible reasons for my hubberscore 1.I also found that broken links are not detecting in my hubs.
by moonlake3 years ago
Has anyone noticed this problem? I was looking at people that follow me and noticed that many of them are showing that I don't follow them when I know that I always have. Has anyone noticed this problem too?
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