I agree with everyone here, and would say that there's a sort of 'connection' I feel with authors that I follow.
A few reasons I guess, well written hubs, friendly, funny, helpful individuals.
All good reasons, thanks for the help. I've added a few of the suggestions in my new hub along with a link to your profile.
I follow anyone who has a very high Author score regardless if I like their topics just to learn from them. These are the hubbers who are probably making money here.
Otherwise I look at the topics they cover and if they interest me.
I typically follow back those who follow me as well.
different reasons~ some of what has already been posted.
their writing keeps my attention
learn new info
people that have good ideas
I think I generally follow hubbers with a high author score aswell
by Janellegems 3 years ago
I am sort of disappointed. I try to be active in the site as much as possible, comment on other people's hubs, help out in the forums, add new hubs once every two weeks, participate in the question and answer and my hubscore is slowly decreasing. Any advice from expert Hubbers on how to...
by Seanachai 8 years ago
Hello All, I have read the FAQ's and other help areas of HubPages, including many topics from the learning center, but, from what I've found so far, it seems like a lot of talking around the question, but not really, directly, simply, accurately addressing the question: What are good topics for...
by susan beck 8 years ago
How in the world do people get so many hits/ readers/ comments/ followers? I figure these folks must be really dedicated and do a lot of reading. Either that or they must be claiming to be "following" a plethora of randomly selected hubbers that they don't even particularly...
by ghostoftolkien 5 years ago
I love to write, and I'm seeking a platform within which to condense and organize my thoughts, and through which to appeal to those who may have an interest in what comes from my heart and mind. I may actually end up with a legitimate article or two. In any case, I appeal to Hubdom with...
by Shawn May Scott 8 years ago
I am still new to Hubpages and have been enjoying a rather successful start. Thank you to those who have voted my articles up and those few of you who have begun to follow me. But I have noticed one thing of late and maybe it is the way it goes but I think it is disrespectful. I have commented on a...
by Rachael O'Halloran 5 years ago
August 29, 2014 - Friday.Before I say my peace, I want to tell you that this forum post is not aimed at any one hubber or group of hubbers. It is aimed at every single person who comes to HubPages and who does the any of the following:After joining HubPages, there are newbies who write at least one...
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