How to reply to fan mail?
When someone sends Fan Mail how do we reply to it on HubPages.
You could send them an email or go to one of their hubs to reply.
Thanks to both of you. Its amazing how many times I have looked at the fan mail area and never spotted the email link in there. I have just used it to let a fellow writer know of a link that was no longer available on their hub.
It is on the upper rt. of the left square.
When you receive fan mail then you also receive email notifying you and there is a link for you to go to, to accept it. Next you go to their profile page and click on Fan Mail which brings up Email. Click on that and follow them or send them email or fan mail or more than one.
You can also read a Hub and comment on it.
Thank you so much. This is the bit I'm missing after accepting the Fan Mail "Next you go to their profile page and click on Fan Mail which brings up Email".
I didn't know the place where I could send an email or reply to the fan mail.
Cheers to you.
Cheers to you Elsie and thank you for selecting my answer. :-)
I'm so glad you asked this question, Elsie. I asked it in The Writers' Door on FB, & was told you can't reply to Fan Mail. I am so glad to know that answer was incorrect. Thanks, also to The Examiner-1 for good information.
But following them , the pop up for sending fan mail will show so you can send them some . Also be sure to try and comment on their hubs , sharing is all ! about hubs , good luck !
by Sherri 10 years ago
Might be a brain fart here, but I have a couple of fans I'd like to leave fan mail for...how do you find that option? TX in advance.
by Susan Bailey 6 years ago
Emails from FansFrom time to time I receive an email from a HubPages fan. How do they send these to me and how do I reply to them? I can't find anywhere on a hubbers page to do this.
by Daisy Mariposa 7 years ago
Why would someone would send Fan Mail to a Hubber that didn't comment upon the Hubber's writing?I received Fan Mail that wasn't a comment upon something I had written. I don't understand why someone would send me Fan Mail that basically said "Hello. Nice to meet you."
by Haunty 9 years ago
by Cynthia Taggart 7 years ago
On the new format, how do you contact the author if you want to?One hubber has a profile similar to mine and I wanted to say so. I sent fan mail already. When I went to the hub I could see no contact icons as with the old format. Guess I am not looking in the right place? ...
by Emily Tack 5 years ago
It would be delightful if there was an easier way to contact some of the Hubbers. I have not done that often, since transferring from Squidoo, however - each time I wished to, I had to remember how to do it. When I am on my profile page, and someone shows up who I am following, the message in blue...
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