Hi all, I am new to Hubpages and have been enjoying the experience so far. I love to write, and as I make my bed in the morning or even prepare dinner at night, topics for hubs come to mind. As I've gotten more into this world, I realize I have some questions. The first one is, What is the etiquette behind "following" someone? If I become someone's "follower," is it acceptable for them NOT to reciprocate? I'd love to know the answer. Thanks in advance!
Yes. following someone only because they followed you seems deceitful. like telling someone who wants feedback they did good when they didn't its just misleading.
Okay, I feel like a goof. I obviously did not scroll down far enough to see the three-day old thread that was already discussing my exact question. Eek!! My apologies, everyone. And why does this seem to happen to me so much?
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