What if I want to follow a hubber?
I want to follow hubber that follow me and follow some That don't follow me too. But, I can't follow anybody because there's nothing where I can click to follow and beleive me I've seached for!
Try the twiter site and access people, hubbers etc in the search box. This is a broad suggestion. I found a hubba on twitter and followed him
You just click on the name of the hubber. It then takes you to their profile page where you can read about them and right under their profile pictures there is a link that says "Follow ____" Just click that. If that isn't showing up, try with a different browser.
"follow _______" is on the upper right corner, in the profile page a few lines below the hubber's picture. if its not showing up, try refreshing your browser.
click on his name on hub pages and then open his profile and click on "follow this hubber"
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