I have been a hubber for two year s and have no follower and you have gotten more than me I need h
Followers don't come automatically. I have written a hub on how to get followers, see my profile page. N.E. Wright has been following a lot of people, which is not necessarily a good idea, see N.E. Wright's profile score: 1.
If you wish to get more followers you should regularly write hubs and participate in the HubPages community. You shouldn't disappear for two years.
Well, Simeonvisser is mostly right. I follow a lot of people, and now I have a Hub Score of 1. LOL.
I also participate in forums when I am not worrying about my son. That is where I first say Simeonvisser I believe. I read his response to a fellow Hubber who was interested in writing differently, and he gave his opinion -- respectful -- as did I. Before I answered that person, I read her work, became her fan, and went back to commented.
You may want to read other Hubbers' work and most will do the same for you. They may even join you if they have not already.
Find some topics to join, and read some of those Hubbers, work, and then join them. Something I wish I knew. LOL.
I did not know this, and now I am number one. That is not a complement. LOL.
I really am not having a problem with the score as my so-called punishment. Still, taking away my many accolades bothers me ....
As I said, Simeonvisser's statement is mostly right about what I did. So, you should actually read his Hub on how to get followers.
Thanks for your question though. I truly appreciate it.
by pinetreehugger 7 years ago
Do you feel it's just plain rude for a hubber not to follow you back?
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by Alexander Silvius 6 years ago
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by BenjaminB 7 years ago
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