I'm sure this must have been suggested before..
If I post a comment at a hub or answer a question in Questions or post in a forum, in most cases I am interested in any other activity that takes place there. Presently I have to go hunting - I'd love to have the ability to subscribe to things if interest or just have a place to find all my recent activity.
You can customize what you stay updated on.
If I could filter the feed by 'stuff I posted to", yes, that would be great, but it does not seem to.
And no, Hubtivity us great, but it doesn't really help with this. Yes, it's all there, but mixed in with too much other stuff.
by Academicviews 6 years ago
Can any give me some tips on how to use Twitter to increase my traffic?
by Andrew Smith 3 years ago
I've just reached a landmark of 100 followers (yay, me!), which might not seem like much, but it's built up pretty slowly over time, and I've made sure to interact with everyone I'm following regularly (106 now), checking out new hubs, etc. It made me consider an interesting question:How do...
by Ben Guinter 7 years ago
In my years on this site I have seen so many people randomly follow me in hopes that I follow them back. And then as soon as I do, if the topics they write on interest me, they delete me from the hubbers they're following?Do you guys really think this makes people want to read and comment on...
by Audrey Hunt 4 years ago
I presently follow 1,975 hub members. My followers are 1,436. I remember hearing something about it being best to unfollow those that are not active on your hubs or that hold no further interest for you.So, I've been doing this. My question is: Have I been mislead or am I...
by Skyler Parker 5 years ago
Why is the "followers to following" ratio so low for most people?What happened to common internet courtesy?
by Barbara Walton 4 years ago
Should you continue to follow Hubbers if they don't follow you back?If you follow a Hubber and you are not followed back do you press the 'unfollow' button?
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