That may be frowned upon... people follow you when they like what you write and not because you ask them. Following hubbers indiscriminately just to have them follow you would lead to low author scores. Write good stuff and people will follow you...you need never ask anyone
if you read and follow others and you write good hubs and you are nice a respectful before you know it you will have a lot of followers... never ask.. debbie
Following is just saying "I like your work and want to read more".
It doesn't bring you money. And most people who follow you indiscriminately won't read your hubs, so it won't bring you traffic either.
by Camlo De Ville6 years ago
Prompted by this thread: http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/66024?p … ost1449521, I'd be interested to know if it would be possible to have a feature that tells us how many Hubbers we are following.
by Blake Atkinson6 years ago
Some of the people I follow will follow 8-10 new people everyday. This fills up my feed and distracts me from what I really want to see there: new hubs published by authors I like. Can hubpages be like...
by DdraigX6 years ago
Just a quick question, as above, does having followers help your hubs/hubscore?
by Carolee Samuda6 years ago
I am fairly new here, but what I've learned is that most people follow to get followers. (I was that person). What I discovered was that, if I follow you I am required to read your hubs when published.My suggestion;...
by Alexander Silvius5 years ago
Wouldn't it be great if we could de-fan a follower? If your asking, "why in the world would you want to do that?" Let me tell you. Recently I have been gaining quite a few followers which actually helped push...
by Rachael O'Halloran2 years ago
August 29, 2014 - Friday.Before I say my peace, I want to tell you that this forum post is not aimed at any one hubber or group of hubbers. It is aimed at every single person who comes to HubPages and who does the any...
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