Why do hubs pop up on my home page from people that I do not follow?
They are shared by your followers. There is a message that comes below the title.
By XXX Shared by YYY
Hubs may appear on the feed depending on topics that you follow or write about.
Most of the hubs on the home page are feeds of people I follow or are shared by people I follow.
I do find hubs from time to time that don't follow this rule. I wonder if they are accounts that people I follow have created. I find it strange as well.
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