Do you like fan mails that indirectly or even directly say follow me.. do you approve them?
i followed one person because of this kind of fan mail but i won't do it again. if you write hubs that interest me i'll follow you but that's the only reason.
No, I consider those types of fan mails quite rude and delete them.
Fan mail is for telling a hubber why you like them, NOT for self promotion.
by Susan Reid 8 years ago
When I get a notification that someone has posted new fan mail and I click on the link it goes to a list of my fan mail which appears to be in reverse chronological order.The new fan mail isn't even there! I have tried looking on every page of my fan mail. The new fan mail isn't on the first page...
by Stacy Harris 7 years ago
How important do you believe it is to leave fan mail once you start following someone on Hubpages?Often times I will follow someone and then after I have gotten to know them a little better I like to leave fan mail. Unfortunately, that means sometimes I forget to leae fan mail even though I really...
by CrystalSingleton 10 years ago
Some people have over a thousand followers and have just recently joined say 4 months ago, seems skiddish. what gives.
by Sherri 10 years ago
Might be a brain fart here, but I have a couple of fans I'd like to leave fan mail for...how do you find that option? TX in advance.
by Nspeel 8 years ago
I am assuming this is a new feature added on just recently because I never remember it doing it before but anyways I have ended up with a lot of blank fan mail because the two are linked together someone wants to follow me and does not want to leave fan mail so they leave it blank and send it...
by shinujohn2008 11 years ago
I did a little experiment by using a new user id as my fan, to check whether my fan mails are being properly delivered. When we click the "Publish" Button it takes a long time for the hub to be published. Only after 10 minutes or so the hub will be properly published. I found out that...
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