I would love to see a feature that allows a hubber to block another hubber. For instance, if a certain hubber is a "follower/fan" of mine, and I don't want them to be, why can't I remove them?
(Kind of like Facebook's Un-friending)
You can delete any comments anyone makes on hubs, and you can report them if they email you incessantly and give you grief or are in general a pain on your hubs in violation of TOS.
Ouch, I'd feel bad if someone asked me to stop following them. What's the point of that?
That is true, but if I'm reporting them, won't they possibly be removed from HP? That's not really what I'd want...
Plus it's just inundating the HP staff with more things to do. Isn't it better for us to decide who can/cannot follow us?
If you mark the comment as spam HP will not allow the user to comment on your hub anymore. Not sure if it's applicable for hubbers.
In case you are reporting a spammer what is the problem if the number of spammer decreases from this site being reported by you?
Why do you care who is a follower of yours unless that person is harassing you?
If only it were that easy.
No, if you report a hubber the alleged infraction will be investigated. And actioned, if there is an actual infringement.
I thought it would be like a blog where you can edit who follows you.But clearly it's not.And then all these followers are put out if you don't read their hubs.I can't read 67 hubs every day.Thank you everybody.I think that was useful
HubPages is NOT a blog.
And although I have nearly 3000 followers, I follow less than two dozen people myself.
Only follow people whose work you really like and don't waste any of your time worrying about who is following you. It's their choice, that's all.
Yes,I don't want a blog.I know it's not a blog.That's why I like it.I don't want ads either.I just want to write my poetry and post it.People can [because we all come from different parts of the world] sometimes write comments which seem a bit odd in which case one can delete them.Thanks for the advice.
I guess I can see why there isn't a "remove" feature, because the articles/hubs are supposed to be like open source content. i.e. putting it all over the internet.
You could always contact the unwanted follower and ask them to unfollow you?
I still don't understand why you would care who is following you if they aren't harassing you.
Does it matter if someone is following you? They don't really become any more visable to you.
It doesn't really matter who is following me, unless they are harassing me.
by Ben Guinter 7 years ago
In my years on this site I have seen so many people randomly follow me in hopes that I follow them back. And then as soon as I do, if the topics they write on interest me, they delete me from the hubbers they're following?Do you guys really think this makes people want to read and comment on...
by Claudia Mitchell 3 years ago
A few weeks ago I posted something on the forums wondering where the feature for nominating a hub for Editor's Choice had gone. It was removed because of lack of use. Now that Editor's Choice hubs are featured much more prominently, with banners, social media promotions, HOTD...
by pinetreehugger 7 years ago
Do you feel it's just plain rude for a hubber not to follow you back?
by Renz Kristofer Cheng 6 years ago
What makes you decide to un-follow a fellow hubber?Have you un-followed someone here in Hubpages? What made you do so?
by forall 5 years ago
Who was your 1st follower on HubPages?Our first times have always an exceptional feeling. And following a Hubber is a way to show interest in what they write. Who was your first follower on HubPages?
by Mary Hyatt 6 years ago
My feed is full of "shares" by a Hubber. HP recommends we do not share our own Hubs too frequently, why can't that apply to multiple sharings by the same Hubber for other Hubs. I don't think they can possibly read all those Hubs, I think it's done for other reasons.
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