Following people indiscriminately will hurt your HubScore.
You should only follow someone who's writing you truly enjoy and wish to read (not just a Hub or two, but all of it).
Not at all! Why would it be rude anyway?
That's their own wish, if they follow you. You didn't force it upon them. Did you??
However, if you just wana do it for courtesy, then go; follow them back !
Absolutely not. If you had to follow all the hubbers who followed you, could you do justice to their writing? There are topics that I am not interested in at all .. and you only have so much time.. how could anyone follow every one.. most of us have time constraints and it is isn't a great idea to follow everyone. Indiscriminate following is frowned upon by Hubpages.
by Deepika Arun 6 years ago
What's your criteria for following a Hubber on hub pages?Do you really read the hubs before following a Hubber or do you follow just because he or she follows you?
by healthmunsta 10 months ago
I am literally sick and tired of people who follow you, and then, when you follow them back, they promptly unfollow you. Really, people? What do you do when someone unfollows you shortly after you follow them? Do you hunt them down and unfollow them as well? Do you send them mail saying what they...
by pinetreehugger 7 years ago
Do you feel it's just plain rude for a hubber not to follow you back?
by Linda Forshaw 7 years ago
Hi, when I followed a hubber earlier today, the page came up (as usual) where you see who they follow. A particular bio caught my eye but I got called away from the computer and when I came back my little girl had been messing on it so the page had been closed. Is there anyway to see...
by Bill Yovino 6 years ago
I wish there was a way to turn it off. It goes up and down without reason, and it can be very distressing.
by dkk312 5 months ago
Is it normal for your dog to follow you everywhere in the house?We have a Bichon Frise and it follows my wife everywhere in the house. My wife can go in the kitchen, living room, closet, laundry room, bedroon, dining room and the dog will follow her. The dog can be laying down comfortably and as...
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