How i can see / read the fans of mine as i am new to hub pages?
If you mean YOUR fans, they will appear on your profile page when they join your fan club.
If you want to become the fan of someone else, go to their profile page (by clicking on their picture in a forum post or comment) and click "join X's fan club".
You are right but i want to see / read the comments made by my own fans and i think weblog is saying right.
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