How is it possible to get 1500 followers, when you have written three hubs in total, in four years.
They must be pretty good Hubs, the creator must have a lot of time on their hands making 1500 accounts or lots of advertising. Either way, I'm not going to be one of them.
I don't know who you are referring to - but I must say that the persons who have been here a long time, or since the beginning can easily have that amount of followers.
Also, there are TONS of folks that will follow someone any time their author score gets into the upper 90's or hits 100.....there are TONS of profiles that follow someone, and just drift away from the site.
Total followers is a very deceptive stat. I'd rather have quality followers/readers - the kind that read my hubs, comment, and click the "share" buttons.
You can't be sure that the person has written only three hubs since some people have moved some of there hubs elsewhere. I have written over 300 hubs but have only 175 on HP since I have removed my novelettes and some poetry and short stories.
That makes sense, it still seems the figures are a little unbalanced though, would it not be easier to move all the work and close the account. ´would it perhaps be false identities, and to what benefit? but i will bow to your vast knowledge of hubpages and it´s inner workings and admit defeat, perhaps it´s just jealously on my behalf.
Thanks for a good answer.Carrie
by Shakka James 3 years ago
I see a list of the most successful people on hubpages, who were able to replace the income they made with a 9-5 on hubpages. I want to know the secrets. Can anyone share? I want to know what to do in the simplest instruction.
by Support Med. 7 years ago
Do any of you have people following you, but they have not writen any hubs, yet these people...have some 5-50 people following them? And, do you think that it is possible that these people may copy hubs and try to pass them on as their own?
by Carolee Samuda 7 years ago
I am fairly new here, but what I've learned is that most people follow to get followers. (I was that person). What I discovered was that, if I follow you I am required to read your hubs when published.My suggestion; don't follow to be followed. Follow because you genuinely are interested in the...
by Sophie 8 years ago
Do you like to read hubs that are more then 1500 words? What is your preference?I just tried to read some real long ones and .....
by Escobana 5 years ago
Let us welcome both of us to OUR new world of friendship.......nice to met you here and looking forward to know you more.....read you more......Take care and God bless you.
by Stacie L 8 years ago
I have seen this a few times.How does someone after 1 week,get hundreds of followers with no hubs or profile?shouldn't there be some requirements first before getting followers?BTW;there are a few like this following me just wondering...
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