I don't often lose fans, but when I do I always want to know who it is I have lost in case they only joined my fan club long enough to get me to join theirs so they could improve their odds of getting my viewings on their hubs. By the time you get to 200+ fans it is virtually impossible to work out who has quit your fan club so that you can also quit theirs. This means we still get notifications each time they publish a hub, even if they are no longer receiving ours. I would far rather be in a position to immediately quit their fan club at the point they quit mine, so please can this be added as an extra feature as soon as possible?
I was actually thinking the other day, that we should be able to alphabetize our fans so we can find a fan by name; the way it organized now, its hard to find a fan even if one remembers the screen name. Not that I have so many fans that I can't find them, but in the future who knows, I may plenty of fans.
Just turn your notifications off Cindy, and watch hubtivity for those you really really like. You just can't keep up with all of your fans when your fan club size grows to a few hundreds area
There's an easy solution - only join someone's fan club if you're genuinely interested in their Hubs, rather than joining as a tit for tat. That way, you won't care if they quit your fan club or not.
Sure, this is a working approach, too. I am leaving your fan club
Misty- If I like some one's articles then I join and also some times I do tit for tat (i.,e when some one joins my fan club I join theirs in return) but if some one wants to leave my fan club then it is up to them. I can't control their actions but I certainly can control my reactions. I surely hope their opinion of me shouldn't affect my opinion of them
by juana b good 11 years ago
There is one guy who is on my fan club who has some content on his pages that I am not comfortable with. How can I get him off?
by Adam York 10 years ago
How does someone get 100 plus fans in a short period of time? I like having fans but I wonder what it means when a hubber adds hundreds of fans in only one day or less? You know what I mean you see you have a new fan but check out their fans you see hundreds of fans in a short period of time...
by lex123 8 years ago
How do we know who has left our fan club?
by Susan Ng Yu 11 years ago
What happens when you quit someone's fan club? Does it appear in the hubtivity? "Blah quit Blah's fan club." Will the person know you've quit his fan club?
by DJ Funktual 10 years ago
Have You Tried It Yet? Pretty Funny Hubpages.
by Guru-C 11 years ago
Something funny just happened to me. I need new glasses and well, I went to click on the RSS feed button on one of my pages (I'd love to tell you which one if you'd like to ask) and instead, accidentally hit the "Join Guru-C's Fan Club" link which opened onto a message that read,...
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