I went to bed last night with 176 fans and woke up with 173. If anyone sees them, please direct them back to me. Thank you
My guess is we occasionally lose some either because they decide they don't like the kind of stuff we write after all, or they only joined our fan clubs so we would join theirs, and then they dropped us knowing it would be really hard work for us to work out who we were still fans of, that were no longer fans of ours,
That makes sense. I usually join a fan club of someone who joins mine. Oh well, I guess you can't please everyone all the time.
Sometimes, a fan's entire account is removed, so you lose a fan.
Sad, but my ego prefers that answer to the one that where they decided they didn't want to be associated with me anymore. Thanks, Patty!
Thanks Patty. That's the way I'm going to think about it. (It also raises the self-esteem level)
Woe! thats not cool! but Im on the case!! I doubt Google gobbled them up! lol:)
Im also surprised you dont have loads more! really!
LOL, I thought that too, but nobody else was going there so I chickened out. I'm glad you said it.
LMAO..I like it;)
We know how yours and Shirleys minds work!! naughty minx's
Princessa...you made me spit diet coke out of my nose=D
They must be where a couple of mine ran off to also. Maybe they need GPS units or something.
Fans are fickle beasts. They're also tasty, which is why Google sometimes eats them. Maybe you should check Google's tummy for your missing fans. Or launch an AdWords PPC campaign for more.
Well, Miranda Rights, if Google is happy, I'm happy. They can eat away, I'm not ready to launch an Adwords campaign yet, but I have gone the Facebook route with minimal success.
Obviously, Misha is stealing other writers' fans!
Seems only fair.
Oh, this could get ugly, what with retaliation and all.
There has to be an easier way then stealing from Misha. He's just celebrating... what was it 1000th fan? Poor Mr Popular wouldn't get over the loss of even one stolen fan.
I got's an idea, the brain storm of the century, lets all become fans of rockinjoe then we could save ourselves from the wrath of Misha's possibly swinging filled-with-heavy-anvil-purse.
Good point, Cris! Ssh, everybody!
Okay, I'm about to quit his fan club...now where do i go? LOL
If Misha finds out, it might be the witness protection program.
Yes, you should be careful. Did you know I have fans in FBI, too?
I saw a couple of them hitchhiking to LA holding signs that said, "Hollywood or bust, we need good hand jobs!"
by Joe 14 years ago
Yes, that is the question. Amirite? Or Amiapig?(Do not promote your hubs in the forums.)
by Misha 14 years ago
Well, I have 666 fans right now. Scary number, isn't it? Oh, and 300,000 plus views, too!
by Ron Montgomery 13 years ago
Have you seen this man?
by Dave McClure 14 years ago
To give the profile page a new look, it might be nice to show the "Some of XX's Fans" in random (or cyclic) order. That way, newer fans could also get a look in. What do others think?
by Tony Lawrence 12 years ago
Recently, both Mark Knowles and Misha have said that spammy linking is not harmful. I disagree (search "Google Bowling" to see why) but very little here at HP would support my opinion.We do have Jason Menayan on September 30th, 2010 at http://blog.hubpages.com/2010/09/the-pa...
by Peter M. Lopez 15 years ago
Misha, I just now noticed you have 617 posts, 5 hubs and 212 fans. How do you do it? That's 42.5ish fans per hub, a pretty good rate of return I would say.
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