i think following new members is one,providing answers to newbies in the forum is another one.....what do you folks think?
following new member> Why?
This community is already very helpful to the newbies? Aren't we?
of course you guys are really helpful....especially you....thanks.....but we need to follow new members to encourage them,what do you think?
thousands of new hubber sign up everyday> spam allover hubpages> create substandard contents > harm the community.
Only a few sign up and continue with quality. They are certainly worth following.
I would only follow quality hubber no matter if they are newbies or old ones after reading their quality hubs or forum posts.
so what can we do to get rid of this low quality hubbers and their contents that harm our community...
~flag poor contents and spammers regularly
~stop passing time in religious and political forum
I agree with Saleheen, new Hubbers need to earn their followers by writing good content,contributing to the forums when possible, and rate and flag hubs and spammers when needed.
Followers will come if you can do these things well.
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