Do you think having an attractive profile pic increases your followers?
I think this is true and that is rediculous. I see someone with less than great hubs getting followers on the reg. for that reason. What do you think?
Maybe to some extent, but I think most people on HubPages, the regulars anyway, are more serious and care more about content than anything else. If nothing else, just put up a nice picture of yourself in a suit and whatnot and see if anything changes haha
Honestly never thought about that before. If it is I better borrow someone elses photo Just kidding. I would much rather someone follow me because I said something that touched them or made them think rather than based on my looks.
I do the same but the worl being the way it is i don't know. Itr kind of gets you thinking though now that I've said it, right?
Maybe I am doing something wrong and I should put a picture of myself on HubPages because I am quite a handsome guy. I used to show myself on Youtube but certain women use to keep emailing me about their problems with men and I found it very stressful because I am married and am happy with my wife and don't want to change.
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