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Is it really worth it to follow every single person you encounter in HubPages? I think not. I mean, I see some people on here with thousands of followers and dozens of hubs (with poor grammar and spelling), and their profile HubScores are only in the low 60's. In contrast, I'm a very conservative follower as I focus mostly on my writing skills here in HP, I only follow those people that I truly have an interest in, and my average HubScore is in the 90's. So what's your opinion on following as many people as possible just to try and get more followers?
Twitter has taught me to only follow those that truly interest me. Otherwise things can get unmanageable. I went off the radar here on Hubpages for a year or so and my hubscore is down in the 50's. The plan is to get back into it slowly and comment here or there where it interests me to do so, follow a few hubbers that I can relate to and post a hub or two a month. I should be up in the 80's again in no time.
by Bea Toome6 years ago
I'm not much of a joiner and intensely tech unsavvy. Is following the equivalent of "friending" on one of the sites that immediately adopted the Facebook terminology when it took off? The HubPages...
by Audrey Hunt4 years ago
I presently follow 1,975 hub members. My followers are 1,436. I remember hearing something about it being best to unfollow those that are not active on your hubs or that hold no further interest for you.So,...
by Aida Garcia4 years ago
Hello,I have read some fastinating hubs and when I follow them I hope they will return the favor. How many of you agree? It will definitely place our hubs in a much higher paying bracket.
by Brian Loewer6 years ago
Is it worth sacrificing your hubscore to get more followers?I notice people do mass following in order to get more people to follow them, but I've also noticed it seems to have a direct relationship with a falling...
by Tony Lawrence7 years ago
I have been working on unfollowing people.I hate doing that, because I know sometimes people get insulted. I mean no insult.I like to give people a fair chance to engross me, but if they haven't been able to do...
by healthmunsta9 months ago
I am literally sick and tired of people who follow you, and then, when you follow them back, they promptly unfollow you. Really, people? What do you do when someone unfollows you shortly after you follow them? Do you...
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