When I join someone's fan list - it's not because I have a specific request from them, but because something they wrote interested me - so keep on writing the way you do and I'd guess you're fans will be happy.....
i have no expectations of my minions (oops, i mean fans). they can comment on my hubs or not...it is enough that they liked my hubs enough to fan me at all. besides, i know it is impossible to comment the hubs of anyone you are a fan of...i don't believe in posting some meaningless comment to their hub - i would rather take time to read it and give it the comment it deserves. and i will always fan anyone who fans me, just as a courtesy, although i don't expect anyone to fan me just because i fan them.
When I become someone's fan I don't expect that he or she will devote me time. I just want to know when this person publishes another hub I'll read with pleasure, cause I usually become a fan of those people whose style of writing I like or the topics he/she writes on. So, write interesting atricles and your fans will be happy!
I don't expect anything from someone I've fanned. With "your featured favorites" being there, it gives you a way to be directed to new stuff from writers you've found have appealing work. Also, it's a way to "give acknowledgement" to writers of Hubs you've found good. You can also get e.mails when someone writers (another way to be directed to stuff you're likely to like).
Oh trust me hotness we will, maybe more than one ya know. So how has life been treating ya ? Oh and in answer to the orginal question I try to both cheer up and encourage my fans, well I try ya know, some are so soddin miserable winning the Lottery wouldnt cheer em up !
Life is going okay...just sad that this weekend hubby can't go down to Poway with me he has to work
And yes Jane I was asking the same thing you were...I have 111 fans and Don't know why really? If it is my hubs? or was it my forum comments? Yea I'm with you on this one Jane don't know why I have so many fans really. I am glad I do but still don't understand...
lol RNW didn't know you can do that kind of stuff on the computer. cool. lol And I do my best to be me. well the nicer me not the b!tch side of me...yet...hope no one decides to p*ss me off won't be pretty
We get the emails letting us know that hubbers have written a new hub when we're their fans. I like the writing; I enjoy so many interesting hubs this way that I'd never find if I wasn't the hubbers' fan. It's basically to give you the heads-up email when someone you're a fan of has written something new.
I think I missed the party, too. But that's what happens with forums sometimes. You even forget what the topic was. It's still ok. When the people really get going, it can be a blast.
The scotch...the evil overlord thang...I really should've brought balloons.
This jus doesnt make sense to me....I spent countless hours faning people and writing sincere comments about their hubs, but I just dont seem to get the love back..am I the only one that notices this? And if im not can someone please give me an explanation as to why people do this.......God, you...
Is there some trick to getting fans? I don't mean like to trick peopl into being a fan but rather a legitimate path to find interested people and point them to my hubs. I think I write with some authority about my subject matter but it doesn't seem to be attracting anyone. What's the trick?Thanks.
What if you just go down the list of all hubbers and automatically fan everyone. I know in a lot of sites this is considered a negative thing to do and it will drop your reputation or whatever. What happens to fan whores on hubpages? Someone who knows please tell.
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