In another thread I searched for info on WHO follows me and the answer was to look at your hubtivity. Well that's not really succinct because that's a long reverse chronological list of all comments and everything. Isn't there a page of just a list of the profiles that follow me. I'd like to check some of them out but it's too tedious to sift through all that hubtivity. Thank you.
if you go to your profile page there is a list of your followers- for the full list you just click on the link to see all who follow you. Click the profile photos to get more details on them and their hubs.I hope I have understood the question correctly.
Hey hot dorkage,
You can find your followers on your profile page. If you want to click on "see all" or this link: http://hubpages.com/fans/of/hot+dorkage
It will give you a list of all the people who follow you. If you want only those who sent fan-mail, then go to "my account" and look under "fan mail" on your statistics page.
If you would like to know who you follow- then that is also on your "my account" page.
I hope that helps.
Hot Dorkage, is that what you meant? Is "who follows" me the same as "who are my followers"? If so, 2uesday's answer is right. But I have noted that most followers don't actually follow, most of the time.
Well, I was just looking for a list of people who officially signed up to "follow" me. And I kinda know which 3 of them "really" follow me. So yeah, on the profile page, they just moved it and I wasn't looking in the right place. Thanks!
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