To make friends is simply leaving comments on other hubpages, and by clicking to follow the writer.
I completely agree with sherrylous , she is saying absolutely right .you can make friends by visiting other hubbers's hub , and by becoming fan of others you can get more friends .
you must be friendly first, and friend will come. But how do keep friends.Then what kind of friends are looking for.
By leaving answers on questions and by following other people yourself. If you follow someone they are quite likely to see your profile and follow you themselves if they find your hubs to be interesting.
by Lionrhod2 years ago
I just TRIED to follow a person on Pethelpful. Couldn't figure out how - no buttons for it. So HOW is this done and WHY isn't it easy?
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by Anuj Agarwal8 years ago
It seems some of the persons here have multiple accounts with different names. What is the motto behind this?
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