I'm relatively new - 5 weeks nd was wondering why fan mail might not be approved?
Twenty-nine of the fan mails I have left have not been approved, some as old as 5 weeks. What would be the reason not to approve a fan mail... I am always honored to have someone fan mail me and respond immediately. Should I worry I have bad breath or something?
i am new to this to so i hope u are good at blogging and see u on the home page
With just five weeks and 40 followers you are off on a good start here. As far as unapproved fan mail go there could be one possibility that the hubbers here didnot notice it. This is a wonderful community and they would love having fans and the fan mail as well. The fan mail which I leave is sometimes approved after a day or two. So just hang in there if the quality work continues you will just be fine.
I'd have to agree that they probably just didn't notice it.
They may not even visit here very often - they might only log in when they want to post and it's possible that they don't even look at anything else.
Are you trying to promote visits to your own Hubs, or invite people to become your fan in the fan mails? If so, many people consider that an unwelcome advance and don't approve such messages.
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by Sherri 9 years ago
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by Misha 10 years ago
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by Teri Silver 8 months ago
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