When another hubber becomes your fan, do you think that you should reciprocate - Why or why not?
Whenever I receive a new fan, I always go and read their profile. Then I check out the subject matter of their hubs. As long as I don't find anything objectional in either one, I'll sign on as a fan. So far I haven't turned anyone down.
I only become the fan/follower of people whose Hubs I genuinely like reading and who I think create a really quality product ALL the time.
That said, I have far fews people I follow than who follow me. But I do try and check out the people who sign up to follow me.
Being asked to become someone's fan is a great way to get me to NOT become a follower. I want someone's Hubs to speak for them and be able to catch my eye that way.
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by Glen8 years ago
"Welcome to the Hubpages! I'm looking forward to reading more of your material!"And they seem to be on a famming run using that same message for each person they've fanned.
by Rema T V5 years ago
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