I was wondering how others cope with the increasing fan clubs and the publishing of all those great hubs (all those automated emails) - do you read them all? I want to but time just slips away - I guess I can stop sleeping.
Well I personally get excited to see that someone took the time to read my work. It feels good that when people read and leave me comments! I read them right away and then I leave them a comment too. So far I have been pretty pleased with my Hub Traffic!
I long turned notifications off. But I do watch manually who publishes what, and visit
I'm pretty picky about who I become a fan of, so it's never been a problem. And like Misha pointed out, you don't have to let notifications clog your in-box just to keep up...
well you guys are fast and maybe that is what it takes. I agree the hubs are fascinating and I love reading. I guess it waxes and wanes with life.
by FuzzyCookie6 years ago
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