I have noticed that all hubbers I have visited have a 'follow-me'-symbol under their images on the profile page.
On my profile page the 'follow-me-symbol does not show up. Neither does the 'ask-a-question'-box show up. Why is that?
How do I get a 'follow-me'-symbol and an 'ask-a-question'-box?
I would like to have some friends and followers you see... I would make the hubbing-experience so much more fun!
You do not see it on your own page because obviously you are not going to follow yourself or ask yourself a question.
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