I've noticed that some of my followers have a small silver star next to their profile. Could someone please tell me what this means? I assumed it meant some kind of high rank, but then a lot of other really good hubbers do not have one. I know it's not of vital importance, but I'm just curious. Thanks!
The best way to figure that out is move your mouse of the star. It isn't about them, it is about what they said about you and how they marked you, when they fanned/followed you.
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