I'm not certain that you can and anyway, why would you want to?
You can accept or deny fan mail from followers, but you have no control over adding or deleting the followers themselves. It's their choice to follow you or not.
You are under no obligation to follow anyone who follows you.
This doesn't seem fair. I have a follower who is a proponent of recreational marijuana use, which of course is their privelege; however, I would rather not have them in my universe and would prefer not to deal with the hassle of even accept/deny mail
Its their choice, you can not delete them. However, you can choose to approve fan mail and comments
by writinginalaska 7 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.
by deeders84 8 years ago
how do I delete an unwanted follower?
by Katherine Tyrrell 4 years ago
I'm reading an awful lot about Hubpages at the moment and while a lot of it is going in, not everything is and I'm certainly not very good at being able to reference back to where I read it. Frankly it's all very new!One thing which concerns me is fan mail. I've got a vague recollection of reading...
by schoolgirlforreal 8 years ago
If you don't like it anymore?
by marscrtr 7 years ago
That's my question. I refresh my Hub "In the Daze" every quarter or so. The old comments from the previous hub are still there. How do I delete them? Sorry to be so dense. Could you help me with this?THNXMarsha
by Christy Birmingham 6 years ago
Have you ever had inappropriate fan mail left for you on HubPages?By inappropriate, it could be a comment on your appearance rather than your writing, an obscene comment, or along those lines. I have received a few and want to check if I have company in this respect. Also, did you accept the fan...
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