How do you choose which writers you want to follow?
What is your level of interst in reading their upcoming articles?
Do you "follow" in hopes they will return the favor?
Do you "follow" to fill that space on your profile page?
Most of the time it's that I'm under the impression they write some stuff similar a lot of the stuff I write. Sometimes it may be that they have a niche-type-of thing, and I'm in interested in that.
I can't say I'm waiting for their stuff to be published, or anything like that. It's just that when I see they have something new, if I'm in a "reading mode", that's what I'll most likely read.
I don't follow people hoping they'll follow me. That's not how it's supposed to work. On the other hand, what may be me to follow is something catching my attention when they follow me, and I look to see what they write.
The space on the profile page thing: That never occurred to me.
I follow mostly if they possess a great sense of humour, a good writing skills, and the quality of their writings if they are of interest to me.
It varies for me. Some people I follow because they write really useful hubs on topics I want to learn about. Some because I like the way they write- they make me laugh- which is always good. Sometimes its because I like what they've said on the forums so i check them out and if I like their writing too I'll follow. So it depends really...
i usually try to follow new hubbers, if i like what they write, to encourage them to keep writing and enjoy hubpages. then sometimes i'll see a name in the forums of someone i haven't seen before, so i go to the page to see what they have and if i like at least one of their hubs i follow them.
I find new writers by reading their comments - It gives me a good idea of how they see the world and the people in it. I've found a few really great writers that way.
by Marlene Bertrand 5 years ago
How quickly do you "unfollow" a hub after reading it?I always leave a comment and feedback after reading hubs. I find that I like to follow a hub until the hub author comments on my comment. Some authors don't leave comments, but that's alright. I read hubs for enjoyment, so the comments...
by LearnFromMe 7 years ago
I have noticed in the past few days while Hub Hopping and scanning my feed that there are a plethora of new hubs and hubbers joining the site and publishing low quality or poorly translated/spun hubs. When I click on the profile after flagging the hubs, I notice that there is no information about...
by Shasta Matova 5 years ago
I know that you can choose to display your idle hubs on your profile page, but I don't, because I don't want Google to see them at all and get confused by all those "do not follow." What this means is that my idle hubs are not available for anyone to see, and I have to actively...
by Yukiko Takemoto 2 years ago
This is not so much for discussion, rather, I need an immediate help from any experienced Hubbers. I am a new member and have just posted my first Hub. I am ready to share with friends, but there is no Follow button on my profile page. Instead I see Edit Profile where Follow button should be. I...
by bayoulady 4 years ago
Hi Anybody..I need help.I am probably am asking stupid questions. If you feel that I am, just ignore me. I've been here since late June, and thanks to all the advice I took early on, I have a good hubber score (ranges 95-100).I have 14 hubs,(or 15..can't remember..)and I like what I have done...
by Martin Kloess 4 years ago
How do I sort by date?
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