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Do you always leave fanmail when you start following a hubber?
Yes, I think it's just a nice thing to do...................................................................
Not always, but I usually try to find something nice to say. It is always fun to get feedback from people and it is an easy thing to write a few words about a hub you liked or similar interests.
I agree with rutley, it is a nice thing to do. However, it's also good to let the Hubber know why you're following them as well, so they know where their strengths are
I typically don't leave fanmail unless I have read a really powerful hub. Instead, I wait until I have been reading their hubs long enough to know I have enjoyed their writing, want to say thanks, or want to say they are a great writer. It varies though...sometimes I know I will like someone right away and will leave fanmail that same day.
I try to do so. I am a new hubber without many leaders and without many followers. So far I have tried to post a fan mail whenever I have followed someone.
I don't follow too many Hubbers as I think I just wouldn't be able to keep up with what everyone has written. When I do follow someone, I follow them because not only do they have great hubs and an excellent writing style, but I also think they have interesting views and a unique way of viewing the world. I always tell someone why I'm following them, I think if I can't think of a reason then I shouldn't bother to follow them.
It does kind of... not really annoy me, but frustrate me a little when people follow me without leaving fanmail or commenting on any of my Hubs. Of course I appreciate the gesture, but I would appreciate knowing even more what they think works with my Hubs and areas they think I could improve upon.
I think it is a nice gesture, and it lets the writer n
know why you may be following them. I dont do it often, but at least I have read some of their HUBS, and left them feedback on the hubs.
I may not always leave fan mail, but I try to comment on at least one of the hubs and try to read more than one hub.
by Person of Interest5 years ago
I even did a browser search for "follow" on my activities page. Only the my following whoever showed. All the entries indicating when someone followed me are gone. HP works in nefarious ways...
by Rastamermaid2 years ago
Have you ever stop following a hubber,what made you stop?
by Jill Spencer16 months ago
I tried to leave fanmail both yesterday and today but could not. Instead, I get the message, "You don't have fanmail." Anyone else having this issue?
by Mary Hyatt5 years ago
My feed is full of "shares" by a Hubber. HP recommends we do not share our own Hubs too frequently, why can't that apply to multiple sharings by the same Hubber for other Hubs. I don't think they...
by Mary Hyatt5 years ago
Just a comment: Someone who joined HubPages 104 minutes ago is now following 18 people. She has written 0 Hubs. I don't understand why they do this. Any thoughts???
by Dennis L. Page5 years ago
Why do people write personal fan mail notes, but yet haven't commented on an article?Am I the only one who sits in utter amazement at people who send personal fan mail notes telling you how wonderful, inspiring,...
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