No, but it sure hurts when a hubber stops following me. Therefore I wouldn't do that to another hubber. It would take something genuinely Earth-shattering for me to actually stop following a hubber.
You know what that's like? If you've ever bought a 99 cent bag of Doritos, and you look on the back and you see a little blurb that says something like: 'We at Doritos Food Brands Corn Chips stand behind the tasty wholesome fresh goodness of our products. So if a bag is unsatisfactory, just send us a postcard to x address and we'll send you your money back!'
I would not send away for a refund for a 99 cent bag of Doritos. Times are not that hard yet!
I stop following anyone immediately that asks me if I have ever stopped following another hubber. Sorry for the bad news.
by breathe2travel 5 years ago
Why would you stop following another hubber?What reasons do you have to stop following a hubber? Can they tell who has "dropped" them?
by danicole 2 years ago
Have you ever got fired? Why? How did you deal with it?Have you ever got fired? Why? How did you deal with it?
by Stacy Harris 5 years ago
Have you ever stopped following someone on Hubpages?And if you have, what are your reasons for no longer following a fellow hubber?
by Rochelle Frank 4 years ago
At least it is an interesting statistic.OK, I've been here long enough to know there are ups and downs (and I know this is a summer weekend). It will probably shake out to a better percentage later. I'm not stressing over it. I didn't join for the money in the first place, but the rewards--...
by IAmForbidden 4 years ago
Have you encountered one reader that became obssessed with your hubs and reliving every poem you have written?i've been receiving abusive comments from my hubs from one hubber..actually, he's not a writer or hubber here in HP but he had created one account so as to keep track with my writings. he...
by Mike Pugh 5 years ago
Have you ever made it to a hubber score of 100?If you have made it there, can you give us non 100 hub scorer's some much needed tips to finally tip the scale, and make it there. It's surely a tough thing to accomplish, but with such assistance it might help get us over the hump.
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