How do you stay in touch with all of your past hubber connections?
When I first started here at hubs, I started to build a bit of a following; however, lately, I don't get notices of their publishing hubs. Are they no longer here; or are they just not writing?
There is no way to tell. A lot of people are leaving but they usually take their work down when they leave. You can look at their profile page and see if they have been active on the site. That would tell you if they are still commenting here.
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