If you have the same niche, the person follows you, comments on your hub and you refuse to follow back or even comment on theirs although you are commenting and following others; will that be considered rude or is there something missing that one does not get?
I don't think it's rude. Some follow you for all the wrong reasons thinking it will 'boost' themselves and go on wild 'fanning spree's' I would just suggest follow those that interest you or 'complement' your own niche and no need to feel guilty.
I think that the idea is to follow people you actually want to read
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