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When a hubber follows that is shown in one's profile that this hubber is following you.
Similarly when a hubber Unfollow you, why there is nothing in that profile..
How to know that who has Unfollowed me?
i really wouldn't worry about it, as there's nothing you can really do about it. some hubbers will follow others in hopes they'll follow them back but when you choose not to follow them as well, then they might be prone to unfollow you. or it could be some of the hubbers that followed you cancelled their accounts and that's why you have a loss of followers. another factor it could be is that they probably lost interest in your hubs and/or didn't care for comments you may have made in a forum once. not that im saying that's the case, but im merely speculating, as it could be a lot of things.
I wouldn't worry about it if i were you. however, if you really want to know that badly, then the only thing you can really do is memorize who all your followers are and scan your list of followers thoroughly after each person unfollows you. that's the only way you can keep track of it. otherwise, i'd just get over it and move on. sorry to sound so cold, but im just saying.
Because that will allow us to correct what is wrong with us..
Why do you assume there is something wrong with you? Quite often it is people who have left and deleted their accounts, or maybe you have just started writing about subjects that do not interest them?
I only unfollow hubbers who have not written anything for over a year and look like they are no longer on HubPages
There must be a way because someone emailed me to ask why I unfollowed him. A gross violation of my privacy in my opinion.
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Will my hubscore be affected if I unfollow inactive hubbers?
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