As you write more hubs, is the relationship between Hub's written and new follower growth a linear relationship on average, or an exponential one?
For every new hub written, is there linear growth at time (y) until one reaches a certain hubs written number and then goes exponential?
Or, is there a constant growth pattern for some and exponential for others?
How do the number of your followers really benefit a hubber?
Those here on hubpages rarely click on anything so what does the number of followers really matter, other than to maybe to fulfill a persons need for attention..
I would think it is linear.
But math is not my strong suit.
I think writing new hubs brought me hardly any followers - it was participating in the forums that got me most of my mine, I believe.
The rare exception would be hubs I've written that are guides to earning on and using Hubpages
Yep forums every time. Mostly my new hubs lose followers.
I have developed a technique which I don't mind sharing.
Monday: Post one pro religion post.
Tuesday: One anti Obama post
Wednesday: One anti religion post.
Thursday: Bring back Reagan post.
Friday: Free day - something about cuddly animals
Saturday / Sunday: When the drunks are in there's not much point. Move to the Answers section.
My followers have gone up since I started posting more and more! When you make a valid point or someone agrees with you it gets them to want to see what you'll write or say next.
by Connie Smith 7 years ago
I get seriously ticked when I see that I have a new follower and then find out that "two minutes ago" they have signed up to follow 6 or 8 other hubbers. There is no way that anyone who does that can have read any of your material. It just happened to me and I sent an email...
by Kenneth Avery 6 years ago
December 7, 2011Hello to ALL on My Followers List!Yesterday and today, I have spent some time trying to read and offer my sincere comments on what followers' hubs that I could. I am leaving you this in case I cannot reach all of you, my valued and appreciated followers. YOU are all very-talented...
by Hmrjmr1 8 years ago
The recent change in phraseology made me wonder if the phrase followers makes anyone uncomfortable. Kinda feels like you're signing up for church or some cult group. Kinda liked Fans better it's a more secular phrase. What do you all think?
by fernando d. 6 years ago
how do i know if i have a follower?
by FreezeFrame34 6 years ago
What has your experience been. Did you notice that the more people you followed, the more people followed you? Did you ever start following people just because you wanted more followers? I have been pretty selective in the people that I follow and I am totally happy with all of the awesome Hubbers...
by Ghost32 8 years ago
Gee, thanks admin. Yup, that's sarcasm. I don't mind being another Hubber's fan--not a bit. Fan a lot of folks and try to keep an eye on a fair smidgen of what they produce, too.But FOLLOWER? I AIN'T NOBODY'S FOLLOWER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Now HubPages turned into Twitter...
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