How do you keep up with your followers hubs?
Everyone wants to read as many of their followers hubs as possible but when the number of followers climbs how do you find time to read them?
There are many who are quite productive (like you) and there are some who produce few Hubs. Some Hubs written by followers deal with specifc interests that I have no knowldge of and if the subject is interesting, I try to read it. I get notifications that followers have published Hubs or questions and try to look at them right away so I won't get behind. Some require more than one reading to get a sense of the writing in poetry and short stories. I always leave a comment if I read. I agree that sometimes the traffic gets heavy though. If I were working full time, it would be a lot more difficult.
I only have a few followers at the moment and I make it a point to read at least one hub every time i visit each one. Though I have got tons of catching up to do.
I have a small number of followers at this time. I try to read and provide input when I can.
I honestly feel bad for my followers if they want to keep up with my hubs because i like to write 2 to 3 new hubs a day, usually later in the day. It is hard to keep up, but the emails they send with new hubs by the people i follow. Most of the people I follow , follow me as well. Sometimes I have all day of doing nothing to read or no time, so it just depends on the day.
Do I read every Hub that my followers and those I follow? No. Simply not enough time.
by Angie Jardine 6 years ago
Do people really read the hubs of people they follow?Is it just me but I tend not to follow too many hubbers because I would never have time to write if I read all the hubs they submit. Perhaps I’m being naive here … but it seems disrespectful to follow them and then not read their work. Do...
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 Andrew Smith 3 years ago
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by DdraigX 8 years ago
Just a quick question, as above, does having followers help your hubs/hubscore?
by pinetreehugger 7 years ago
Do you feel it's just plain rude for a hubber not to follow you back?
by Ben Guinter 8 years ago
In my years on this site I have seen so many people randomly follow me in hopes that I follow them back. And then as soon as I do, if the topics they write on interest me, they delete me from the hubbers they're following?Do you guys really think this makes people want to read and comment on...
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