Why have I lost a follower?
And how do I know whether they left HubPages, or just disagreed with something I've written?
You would have to know exactly who the person is that stopped following you. You could send them an email through their HubPages profile and ask them.
Even on the list; a name has gone, there are now so many I can't remember so it must be a new face...
I might write my own list so at least I can ask for that reason, say Goodbye and wish them well in the future, and Thank them for the days...
I don't follow back as it is so easy to have one icon to click, that is when I can find the time. That may've been it or an error of judgement going into a forum guns blazing -A learning curve.
It does happen sometimes, so don't feel too bad. Perhaps they left Hubpages. I was a big fan of someone on here and he vanished one day. I miss reading his hubs, but people come and go.
Well, you couldve ask that person why. There are several reason why people disappear.
i think if anyone post illegal content or do unacceptable comments, it is the reason of lost their followers.
by Mark Ewbie 8 years ago
Shocking news as yet another one jumps ship. Latest hub published, follower leaves. They just couldn't take anymore.I don't blame them much. Shame is I now have to go all the way through my check list to see who's left and who, er, left.Then track them down and pose the...
by evvy_09 8 years ago
I just wrote my first real sales hub and then I noticed I lost a follower. well, have to take the bad with the good I guess. lol
by Alexander Silvius 7 years ago
Wouldn't it be great if we could de-fan a follower? If your asking, "why in the world would you want to do that?" Let me tell you. Recently I have been gaining quite a few followers which actually helped push my numbers over 200. That is great. However, most of these people have not only...
by Sally Gulbrandsen 5 years ago
Some people might have a personal experience they would like to share without their identity being revealed. Is this something which has ever been considered before?
by Hmrjmr1 9 years ago
The recent change in phraseology made me wonder if the phrase followers makes anyone uncomfortable. Kinda feels like you're signing up for church or some cult group. Kinda liked Fans better it's a more secular phrase. What do you all think?
by pylos26 9 years ago
A follower is a disciple, a member of a flock of sheep (if you will) with religious connotations.A fan is not a disciple and does not bear religious connotations.I protest being labeled a “Follower” by Hubpages and demand to be labeled other than “follower”. Fan is suitable.
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