The God Father of SEO

  1. romper20 profile image86
    romper20posted 6 years ago

    You must gravitate your audience. They must feel included.

    Ever checked out

    If you have then you understand the key to social networking in todays
    online community. Make it a goal to post in forums, comment and grade your fellow hubber's on their topics. Twitter is an amazing social media device, it allows you to expand your community and somewhat create a platform in which to be heard and "Tweeted."

    What I'm saying is that you must put yourself out their in order to maintain structure, and success. You can rely on keywords and titles but why not get it super charged by being affluent in the community and playing a significat roll. Which leads to backlinking, and links in general to your website or hub.

    1. Marisa Wright profile image93
      Marisa Wrightposted 6 years ago in reply to this

      I would add, make it a goal to post meaningfully in forums.  By that I mean, participate in discussions, don't just start new threads for the sake of getting noticed.

      There are many highly experienced internet entrepreneurs here on HP.  When they start a thread offering valuable advice, I listen.  When a newbie lobs in and starts stating the obvious - that's less impressive.