Do search engines take into account the number of followers that you have?
No. Not at all. But they consider number of pages and visitors of the website.
Not at all but what it depends in traffic, visitors and even comments. Seriously comment play a small part but I am not going into detail with your question is about followers
Janismus is correct. Look at it this way for your hubs. If you have 3,000 followers, but only 2 read your hubs, your traffic is the 2 that read your hubs. So, the other 2, 298 followers mean nothing.
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