I just happened to notice that all of my fan mail stats have actually dropped. Yesterday I had 33 good writer and today I have 25. The rest have dropped as well. Anyone else notice this?
8 people changed their mind?
Most likely just a bug or something! I never look at those type of stats - maybe I should check them out!!!
How many people are following you? Have you lost any followers? Maybe some people who had been following you stopped. When they stop following you, any fan mail they left you disappears. Apparently, you can't leave fan mail for anyone without being a follower.
My followers have not gone down they have gone up since yesterday.
My best guess.
They updated the stats removing those counts that came from accounts that are now closed.. This is just speculation.
I can't answer for Susan, but I can't stand it when I can't solve a riddle. I love trying to answer why.
That I don't doubt. But, can you actually answer why? And, I mean why it matters to you? Not so much on why it happens.
I think I can. There are lots of followers who follow for no good reason and don't respond to any of your hubs or forum comments etc. They are followers in name only and they don't matter. But when someone leaves you fan mail about how he or she enjoys your writing stops following you, this bothers me. I wonder why. The same thing with someone who previously had been commenting on your hubs stops following you. This recently happened to me and the hubber quit following me I don't know why. The hubber still has an account here. I can't help wondering what I did to make the person stop following me. If I wrote hubs that were polarizing I might expect to tick people off, but my topics tend to be classic films, poetry, mystery authors, and recently, Hubpage changes. Maybe the hubber read my comments on others' hubs and didn't like them. Don't know.
Does not make difference. Just wanted to know if anyone else noticed the same thing.
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