What do think is drawing hub fans since you have 355 fans and 9 hubs?Explain.
Thanks for answering Neil Sperling.Maybe people just really like your writing.
This hubber might have requested many friends to become his fans; he might also have joined many other's fan clubs.All his nine hubs might be verygood and created hopes and that might have made trhe readers positively respond to his request.
Actually, how much traffic his hubs drag is important, than the number of fans.Just high number of fans and little number of readers, is of no use.
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