When a person new in the hubpages, nobody follow him. now question is why people not follow him.
Perhaps because they've written of interest yet. Or because no one knows they are there.
Or maybe because if they do make a forum post or so (let people know they are there) they use such poor grammar their post is almost unreadable. At least I'd probably not be particularly interested in reading more of the same.
That is something I did ask long time ago here and I found out that people have different interests and so when it comes to following. Others use a follow me I follow you while to others it does not work. I have followed you and will you? Thanks.
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