What qualities in a Hubber makes you interested in following them?
His/her way of expression mostly. Another thing is when someone decides to follow me it makes me feel obliged at least to give the person the time of day if not become his/her follower too.
The quality of their writing, somehing interesting in their profile, comments they make.
The hub pages is all about fun. If another hubber takes the time and effort to follow me, then I will always be polite and follow them in return. I even have the "Goody5 100% follow back guarantee" written in bold letters on my profile page!
If they have hubs that I find that I am interested, then I follow them. If not, no need to fill up my feed with hubs I will not be interested in.
I have to want to read what they write about & I love it when they have a sense of humour as well . I enjoy hubs with photos that make me want to visit the place or cook their meal etc !
Well, I would say interesting, esp. when I really liked what I've read. I also like friendly and helpful Hubbers. Plus, I usually follow back when someone follows me.
The friendly and helpful people are always interesting to follow. Moreover I like to read quality content, people having interesting profile and common interests, make me follow them. If some hubber follows me, I do follow him/ her. If someone visits my hubs and comments, I do follow them.
Number one priority for me is the quality of the writing, followed a close second by the subject matter. I try to follow hubbers who match the criteria and who share a love of certain topics - poetry, drama, nature, travel and sport in particular. I tend not to follow those who overcook the personal when they write.
Why quality of writing first? Well, really good writing can turn the most obscure subject into a must read and is in itself a pleasure to digest, like good food. I tend to wince when I see spelling and grammar mistakes, they totally put me off.
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