Fan mail - how to do?
I cannot spot fan mail button on the profile of other users- even those who are followed by me. I check other topics and read it - but I still can't see it.
Follow the person you want to post your fan mail, then you will be able to post then your fan mail. Hope this helps....
First you have to be following the person that you want to send the fan mail to. After you have followed them go back to their profile page and scroll down the page and you will then come to the box that says fan mail.
Just goto his/her profile
> Click on "Follow 'Hubber Name'"
> On next page you will be provided a link to send a fan mail to that hubber
When you click on someone to follow them it will take you to their Hub profile and if you read the writing there will be a blue link on it that will say leave fan mail or something like that and you click on that and it will take you to the fan mail spot. Welcome to HubPages.
First of all, when you follow them you will be presented with a 'send fanmail' text box. However, if for some reason you miss this the first time, you can re-visit their page and scroll to the bottom ... where you will see the text box waiting for your complimentary comments ...
to find out who is following you go to "My Account" and click it.
find "Fan Mail" and click it. It will show you your followers.
by McKenna Meyers 4 weeks ago
How do I send a response to the fan mail someone sent me? Thanks!
by Sherri 8 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 Nspeel 6 years ago
I am assuming this is a new feature added on just recently because I never remember it doing it before but anyways I have ended up with a lot of blank fan mail because the two are linked together someone wants to follow me and does not want to leave fan mail so they leave it blank and send it...
by Stacy Harris 6 years ago
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...
by readytoescape 8 years ago
I would like to see an indication on the Home Page (I use the standard) if someone leaves fan mail (or joins as a follower), a notification similar to comments left would be nice. You typically do not see this, or at least I don’t, until you open the fan mail box in “my account” or happen to...
by Sabrina Yuquan Chen (陈玉泉) 7 years ago
From time to time I may follow couple of hubbers, but may end up quit following small number of them, if I see they don't even care about my fan mails after many days(e.g, one was disapprove surprisingly, or leave it for weeks there without approving them, it feels disrespectful). Yesterday I quit...
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