This question has been asked in the forums many times.
Don’t take ‘unfollowing’ personally. Some hubbers decide to leave the site and delete their accounts. Some hubbers go on fanning or following sprees, hoping to get followed in return. Perhaps many of them go back later and un-follow because their daily mail of notifications becomes unmanageable. Their following had nothing to do with their regard for your work in the first place, so nothing lost really.
It’s my guess that very few followers stop following for reasons actually related to you or your work. I stopped following someone recently because they had only produced sales hubs for many months. I followed initially because her hubs were on clinical and health topics.
Thanks for your reply, I really need to take time reading the forum so that I can see how this question is being answered before.... but you are right I should not take unfollowing personally
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