I have noticed for several weeks now that the weekly hub newsletter states I have more fans than my profile does. This week the hub newletter says I have 214, yet my profile says I have 210. Is there a good reason for this, as even if I have lost a few fans it doesn't explain why the newsletter does have the same up to date information as my profile does???
Same thing for me - It consistently a few souls higher in newsletter and on the forums. But frankly I got used not to care about this
The variation looks funny, and we're got used to it as Misha said
Not too worried about it, just a little curious really. Thanks
by Andrew Smith2 years ago
I just published my 120th hub today, and finally my hubscore went up to 96! I've watched it gradually creep on up from the low 80s (when a bunch of Squidoo lenses transferred over, maybe even high 70s). I...
by Whitney10 years ago
Just thought I'd give you guys a heads up. I got a great idea tonight about a new profile picture. I should hopefully have it up tomorrow if I can get it taken.Throw guesses to see if you can figure it out.
by James Paterson9 years ago
When posting in the forum, it shows a different number of fans than it shows on our profile pages, which is the correct number the profile or the forums?.....jimmy
by Simon Cook8 years ago
With my ugly mug on my profile I'm likely to get a couple of Pals, however if I updated the photo with a picture of a busty young lady, would I get more pals? *grin* Is this a sexist question or what?
by ryankett7 years ago
Lyricsingray started the excellent thread "Recommend another hubbers hub"....I thought that it would be a great idea to dive much deeper into the depths of this vast lake of words and pluck out some treasure....
by fierycj8 years ago
An Emailing feature that allows you to send a collective mail to all your fans.
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