yes two in total. Sometimes the follower stops following when the hubber who he is following does not follow back. There could be a multitude of other reasons.
If you use a pic of an attractive woman as your profile pic, I'm sure people will not unfollow you. --j/k
Yes. It happened to me four times already. LOL. It must be, like what K Kiss said, because you didn't follow them back.
Yes it has definitely happened, but I wouldn't know how many times... I enjoy getting followers but I don't get hung up on the exact number all the time. The only reason I even noticed it the one time is that I got an accolade for getting 100 followers, then my followers dropped to 99, so I knew someone must have unfollowed.
If you are producing good content, the number of followers will increase overall in time, even if people unfollow occasionally. So I wouldn't get too worried about it. And you shouldn't feel obliged to follow someone just because they follow you... if they want to unfollow, so be it.
Yes one and it's like the others have said, I didn't watch back but they had been a member for so long and only had 1 hub so I didn't think it was worthwhile
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