I am constantly realizing that there are people WHO I READ REG but somehow I was not in their FANCLUB. I Re-Join in my mind and apologize for my lateness.
We've all done this on some level.
How about a feature that tells you if you've commented on a certain hubbers stuff say 6 six times, it will prompt you (in the newsletter?) and ask if you'd like to join. OR how about someone you read 20 times, i don't know about the exact algorhythm here but...
You get the idea...
I know I for one most have hundreds of them out there!
I am guilty as charged! There were several that I have had to join later because I thought I was already a fan. What I had to start doing was checking the box to see if it said "join so and so's fan club" or if it said "quit so and so's fan club" LOL. Some type of feature would be nice such as when you open the page to someone's hub, have a tab at the top saying something like "You are the fan of ____" or "You are not the fan of ____" so that you may know when you open the page if you are or not. This may not be a possibility but it sure would be nice!
by shazwellyn 9 years ago
Wouldnt it be a good idea to put an symbol next to the hub titles listed in the 'my account', 'interaction', 'Comments you made' category to let the hubber know that there has been a movement on the commented hubs?I gather that, at present, there is no quicker method other than laborously clicking...
by Hello, hello, 7 years ago
Please explain to me the idea behind the new "invention" of emails from the Hub Team that somebody commented on somebody's hub?I know there is a good reason behind it but what?
by Cory Zacharia 11 years ago
Something funny just happened to me. I need new glasses and well, I went to click on the RSS feed button on one of my pages (I'd love to tell you which one if you'd like to ask) and instead, accidentally hit the "Join Guru-C's Fan Club" link which opened onto a message that read,...
by mdawson17 9 years ago
I joined seven fan clubs last night but yet out of the seven one returned to mine! I have posted various hubs dealing with various topics but yet no visitors (except the few that want to slam my work and act as if they are better than others! When does all this stop when does equality begin?? I...
by Adam York 10 years ago
How does someone get 100 plus fans in a short period of time? I like having fans but I wonder what it means when a hubber adds hundreds of fans in only one day or less? You know what I mean you see you have a new fan but check out their fans you see hundreds of fans in a short period of time...
by Cindy Lawson 10 years ago
I don't often lose fans, but when I do I always want to know who it is I have lost in case they only joined my fan club long enough to get me to join theirs so they could improve their odds of getting my viewings on their hubs. By the time you get to 200+ fans it is virtually impossible to work out...
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