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Why is the "followers to following" ratio so low for most people?


What happened to common internet courtesy?

 

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TIMETRAVELER2 says

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Marisa Wright says

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    Marisa Wright 4 years ago

    This is a great point. It's pointless to follow people if you're not going to read and comment on their Hubs, because idle followers don't provide any benefit at all.

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