I put forth The Non-Readership, people who subscribe to something either because it is something they could see themselves reading, they want to offer support, or to gain social credit.
My friend put forward an even better term. The Cheer-reader. Cheer readers spend their time motivate other people to read, but have not intentions to read what their promoting.
My wife put forward that I probably should find something better to do with my time :) (She also liked cheer-reader.)
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