The way they present ideas that most of the time we already know. It s like baking a cake. Same components, different recipes, different way of adding the ingredients together...some bake better than others, or in music, same technical skills, different presentation of the same composition..
The way they write. I don't want to read all about text speak, and if it's something not presented as a personal opinion, I would rather steer away from personal opinions. Most of the hubbers I follow, which aren't many, try to keep personal opinions out of things when they are writing about history and the like. That and being able to write coherently (easy to follow) as well as legibly (everything isn't lol, omg, tgif, etc) encourages me to follow them.
I too follow other Hubbers if I like the subjects he or she is writing about.
I follow another hubber if, when they leave comments on one of my hubs and I check out their profile, they write well on topics that interest me.
They either write about subjects that interest me or about subjects that are new to me that I want to learn more about.
I follow as many hubbers as I can because most of the hubbers write about a variety of things and If I don't follow them I don't have any idea what anyone is writing about. Hub hopping is way to limited for me. Greg
I will follow an author if I like at least a couple of their hubs. At first I was cautious, not wanting to follow more than I can actually keep track of. But lately I have been following more to get greater variety. I'm more interested in an engaging style than anything, but of course great topics don't hurt either.
by Mom Kat 7 years ago
This has happened to me a few times. I'll leave a comment or give an answer in the Q&A section... and I will get attacked (for lack of a better word) by some other Hubber who has a different point of view or belief than I do.It hurts, I mean hurts. There I am trying to be a good...
by T.Y._Hudson 7 years ago
What makes you choose to follow another hubber?I have come across quite a few members on here who are following hundreds of other hubbers. I can only speak for myself, but I barely have enough time to write my own hubs, let alone time to read every hub that is published by all of the people that I...
by Alan 5 years ago
How do I respond when another Hubber tries to make me look stupid when I ask a question?I have recently had another user attacking my questions and answers in this forum. How should I respond to these actions? It kind of makes me mad, but at the same time, I am sad that he thinks so...
by Motown2Chitown 8 years ago
Strange (or maybe silly) question - Is there an etiquette about asking another hubber, whose writing you respect and whose input you find valuable, to follow you? I don't want to seem like a stalker, but there are a couple of hubbers I follow who do not follow me back, and I wish they would -...
by LongTimeMother 5 years ago
I respect the work of many hubbers, but at the very top of my list is 'peeples'. I am a great fan of this extraordinary woman and when you go to her profile page you will see why. Peeples is now homeless. Follow this link to her story. http://peeples.hubpages.com/hub/A-Real- … melessness and...
by jenubouka 7 years ago
Has anyone received hateful or derogatory email from another hubber? What did you do? I woke up with one this morning, while it is perfectly just to disagree with one's view on a subject, I don't believe it needed to be taken as far as "this hubber" did. Yes, I reported it to...
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