Why does my hub automatically shows "Unfollow" as soon as I publish my hub? What does it mean?
Because when you create a new hub you are automatically following that article. That is why it shows to you only. To me it's showing follow and will show to all others as well those are not following your hub.
Oh man! I was wondering who got so fast to not liking my articles.... Silly yet funny!! Thanks for the clarification Sana!
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