How many people suffer from this type of fanmail?
Hi,richie b i am following you so please follow me back
another fanmail I got was simply:
I receive quite a bit of junk fan mail as well, it's somewhat annoying.
I get comments promoting something or other that has nothing to do with the article it does get a annoying but least we are given the choice whether to display them or not
Its the fact that someone thinks just because they follow you that you automatically owe them, I never got any special treatment... and these profile s didn't even have avatars.
I didn't think about followers when I joined, I will follow back if I think the person deserves it though.
I have noticed that a Hub Greeter, a member of the HubPages Elite, has been leaving fanmail asking several new Hubbers to follow back. It looks like a cut-and-paste job. I think new Hubbers may hesitate to decline to follow back in this situation.
by cactusbythesea 5 years ago
Do you always leave fanmail when you start following a hubber?
by Peter Owen 7 years ago
Might be dumb question, but how do you respond to Fanmail? I went into the fanmailers profile but there was no button to send him a note
by Kind Regards 8 years ago
Hi,Quick question:If you stop following someone, does it delete any fanmail you've left for them?Thanks!
by Miranda Rights 9 years ago
What's going on here? I've had 8 people join my fan club, and I notice that 3 of them have had their internal link no followed. I would expect this of spammy people, but the ones with the no follows are people with Hub Scores of 98+ , with hundreds of articles and who have been members for over a...
by Person of Interest 5 years ago
I even did a browser search for "follow" on my activities page. Only the my following whoever showed. All the entries indicating when someone followed me are gone. HP works in nefarious ways...
by deeders84 8 years ago
how do I delete an unwanted follower?
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