Is it meaningful to become a fan without posting a fan message or a comment in any specific hub?
Is it worth that hubbers sending a fan mail to a fellow hubber without a fan message or a single comment on any of the hubs?
To me it is meaningless. It lacks the creative interaction and a creative mind. Actually, it turns out to be a CREATIVE DEALING which is not acceptable. Writing is an intellectual work so why should it be treated as mere business?
Let writers be writers.
I agree that it is meaningless without an actual feeling of kinship or admiration for a fellow writer. But I'm an old-fashioned person who prefers to actually relate to people if I express interest in them. And if the relating is based on writing or any creative effort, there needs to be a sincere interest in theirs. Numbers are meaningless except - as you express it creatively - as "dealing" - which is meaningless to me, as well.
As long as you know what they are writing about and agree or respect it I dont see a problem with it.
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