I have just seen a hubber "Glemoh101" who has got 337 followers in 10 days???? How did he do that??????? Here's the link to his hub.
Do you have any idea what he may have done? What do you think how to do it?
The method is easy - go on a mass following spree. Follow anyone/everyone in the hope they reciprocate.
NB - frowned upon by the site, can and will damage your hubber score and disliked by hubbers in general. When they gain a new fan/follower they like to think there's something more than just the followers need to have the most follows showing on their profile.
I'd imagine many of your 179 are far more valuable than his 337. Don't sweat the number - just hub, participate and folks will follow you because they like you/your work/presence.
Thank you frogdropping. I have done a hard work to earn my 179 followers and he hasant. I just wanted to know the trick/way to do it. Thats all
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