I just wrote my first real sales hub and then I noticed I lost a follower.
well, have to take the bad with the good I guess. lol
id agree with warchild, as time goes by more people will check ya out, and some of those are to bound to be interested in your hubs!
I'm with everybody else on this, you'll get plenty more!
I wrote all science and history hubs and recently started writing a few sales hubs... and honestly I didn't notice any loss in followers, but I wasn't paying any attention! I may have lost a few! I wouldn't be too concerned about that. You have to write about what makes you happy and balance that with making a little money! You may gain a few from your sales hubs now... so don't worry much about it. Good luck!
I'm grateful to everyone for being so supportive! It's only everytime I notice it, I have to look and see who it is. I am never able to figure it out, but I know it'll be ok in the long run. I've been getting better and in a year or so should start making serious money. thanks
You also don't know why you lost the follower - might not have been you, they might have deleted their whole account and left HP?
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