Do all hubpage followers have to sign up to hubpages before they can follow you?
What if they don't write but they find you through another source like google? To get emails do they have to create an inactive account?
In order for a person to follow an author using the HubPages follow mechanism, then yes they must have a HubPages account.
If your Hubs are published and featured then search readers can discover them as well.
I'm not sure what you mean by the last part "To get emails do they have to create an inactive account?".
I meant if a person wants notifying in their emails that you have written a hub but they personally do not want to write on hubpages they have to open an account that they are never going to use. Is that true? It seems strange.
by cathinfrance8 years ago
Thanks for taking the time to explain this Susana. Your answer was the one place I found the info. which let me actually put the link in a hub! If anyone else is looking for that info. just read Susana's answer....
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