Who was your first follower. And do you still respect them for being the first to have faith in you?
I'm not gonna name the name, but yes my first follower was very friendly and encouraging! I'm very appreciative of his taking the time to welcome me!
The first to ever follow me was James A Watkins. He is one of the best writers here, but doesn't participate much anymore. Since he read almost everything I wrote, I felt honored. He encouraged me to keep on writing.
Myne was a hubber who no longer speaks in forums. But does produce hubs fairly often. It was so nice to see a human.
If memory serves I got several followers within a short period of time after joining HP so I have no clue which one was first.
My first follower was 3,757 followers ago, so when I read people saying they remember all their followers, I can't help but start laughing.
Mine was Shadesbreath. I was pretty honored, but also pretty naive and his praise and encouragement made me eager to pen an instant bestseller in five days flat.
Reality suckerpunched me in the mouth.
I don't think we've devolved into cat videos and random, disturbing images just yet...
Well you have to admit the title seems a little misleading.
I can't believe I missed that...
...and my post totally makes sense for either meaning....
by CrystalSingleton 13 years ago
Some people have over a thousand followers and have just recently joined say 4 months ago, seems skiddish. what gives.
by Debby Bruck 12 years ago
Dear Hubbers. I've recently noticed so many changes on Hubpages. I had no internet for a week and upon my return things look so different. I like the cleaner white pages with the underline beneath the titles. The column width seems narrower, while now advertisements show up on both left and right...
by Dennis L. Page 10 years ago
Why do people write personal fan mail notes, but yet haven't commented on an article?Am I the only one who sits in utter amazement at people who send personal fan mail notes telling you how wonderful, inspiring, creative and informative your writing is, only to find out they have NEVER even written...
by Sabrina Yuquan Chen (陈玉泉) 12 years ago
From time to time I may follow couple of hubbers, but may end up quit following small number of them, if I see they don't even care about my fan mails after many days(e.g, one was disapprove surprisingly, or leave it for weeks there without approving them, it feels disrespectful). Yesterday I quit...
by Ben Guinter 12 years ago
In my years on this site I have seen so many people randomly follow me in hopes that I follow them back. And then as soon as I do, if the topics they write on interest me, they delete me from the hubbers they're following?Do you guys really think this makes people want to read and comment on...
by writinginalaska 12 years ago
how to i block or delete a follower on my hub page. i saw a thread that talked about fan mail. this person did not leave me fan mail, only chose to follow me and i want to block them or delete them from following me.
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