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Do most followers "like" a writer only because he/she maintains a great number of followers?


Many could say that a writer is mostly followed because he/she has a huge number of followers and not because of the content of their articles or hubs. What is the reality of this?

 

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    AnnaCia 4 years ago

    KDeus. Very interesting comment. I also think that a great number of writers who have been here for a long time should open the doors to new ones if their articles are good and informative.

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Janis Leslie Evans (janshares) says

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    AnnaCia 4 years ago

    Hi Janshares. Thank you for answering. It is interesting because I do think the same way you and Globe does, but once I had the experience of a healthy group of writers asking among themselves to vote up, etc. to enable a writer to "win" !st place.

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    AnnaCia 4 years ago

    Thank you for your answer.