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 like them. I know I like recieving fan mail, so I was wondering what others thoughts are on this subject?
I will usually follow someone for awhile before I leave fan mail. When I first start following them I don't like to judge too quickly.
I definately would forget if I don't do it right away, so I read one or two of their hubs to see if I want to follow them, then I leave fan mail.
I think that fan mail is important, but necessarily at the onset of following someone. For me,following fellow hubbers may be spawned from different reasons- a single hub, a insightful comment or a great profile introduction. That being said, I think that fan mail should be sincere and that can come at the onset of following someone or a year after following them.
It's not incredibly important. It just means that some people really, really enjoy your hubs.
It makes me happy every time I receive a fan mail. Makes me feel appreciated. I usually try to leave a fan mail to let the Hubbers know that I have read and am really interested in their hubs. Otherwise, I will leave comments to some of their hubs, just to let them know that I do not follow blindly. I sometimes fail to leave fan mails though. There are some Hubbers whom I find really interesting (even if I have only read a single hub from them) and I don't want to be unable to find them later on, so I follow them right away. I also want to get to know them first before I leave them a fan mail. Hence, some Hubbers that I follow haven't received a fan mail from me.
So I think as long as you have somehow shown to Hubbers that you are sincerely interested in them, leaving a fan mail is not really that important.
i don't think it is important. commenting on what they have to say is more important in my eyes.
Hey, everyone likes a pat on the back. Even more so when it improves a rating. Still, time is indeed finite, so you do the best you can.
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 Dennis L. Page 6 years ago
Why do people write personal fan mail notes, but yet haven't commented on an article?Am I the only one who sits in utter amazement at people who send personal fan mail notes telling you how wonderful, inspiring, creative and informative your writing is, only to find out they have NEVER even written...
by Rajan Singh Jolly 8 years ago
How many of you leave a fan mail to someone who follows you?
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 Haunty 9 years ago
by SEM Pro 10 years ago
Naturally, receiving any fan mail is great. I tend to take things literally though so before posting, the question to tell the world what I think of that author stares me in the face and I write a mini recommendation.On the other hand, any fan mail received is more of a personal message or thanks....
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