I try to follow hubbers which have better stats than mine. They have more hubs for one. This way, I can learn from their example. Also, I've also followed new hubbers in an attempt to encourage and motivate them. But as this negatively impacts your hub score, I don't follow new hubbers that often. That's terrible and I wish the system were set up to encourage instead of discourage helping newer hubbers.
Thanks for the response. I think the in depth knowledge and ideological approach of the hubbers need to be understand through the following. And as an encouragement we need to follow a new hubber as well. What I feel is there is insufficient comments and there follow ups. We hardly find one or two comments and that's over.
If they write about a topic that interests me, or a hub catches my attention when browsing, I'll read them. If I enjoy the writing, I'll follow them.
I mostly follow my old Squidmates, haven't had time yet to fully explore other hubbers with all the squb updating going on.
I follow anyone, especially members that don't have many followers and are still new, learning to write, after all we all started like that and those new members need encouragement, i'm not worried about earning, only helping others.
On Squidoo I was a RocketSquid Greeter for many months, right from the beginning when that club was started.
by Mary Hyatt 5 years ago
This has to be some kind of record! This Hubber has published 10 Hubs, been here for two years, and is following 6,233!
by Mikeydoes 8 years ago
PLEASE do not recommend yourself, because I am sure you will not get anyone that way.Right now I am currently following 0 people! I am really slacking and embarassed, not sure why I am shy to follow people. But I am about to start. I've came close, but haven't pulled the string yet.Give your...
by Vinaya Ghimire 6 years ago
What are your reasons for unfollowing a hubber?I went to the list of hubbers I follow, and I found out that many are not active on hubpages. I unfollowed everyone who has not published anything in the last 4 months. I also unfollowed the hubbers who do not comment on my hubs.
by Deepika Arun 6 years ago
What's your criteria for following a Hubber on hub pages?Do you really read the hubs before following a Hubber or do you follow just because he or she follows you?
by Jesse Mugnier 6 years ago
What makes you unfollow a hubber?
by Kristin Trapp 7 years ago
If HubPages ever has a focus group of selected hubbers I would love to be a part of it. They could do some regional focus groups (maybe start in Chicago for me) and really get some great input from a hubber's perspective on tweaks. I think HubPages is awesome. I was attracted to it by its clean...
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