I was wondering if anyone would be interested in sharing links to each other's hubs on social media like Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and Pinterest or anywhere else? This would be a reciprocal system so for example anyone who follows me on Pinterest, Twitter and Google+ who 'shares', 'likes', 'pins', 'tweets' or 'retweets' me would receive the same back from me. Or vice-versa. I hope I'm explaining this properly. So if anyone's up for this, look up my profile and follow me on any or all of the social media platforms listed on my profile. I'll follow you back and we can start posting or re-tweeting or whatever.
Yes, lots of people do it. However, it's not a good thing to arrange in public because artificially boosting traffic is against Adsense TOS.
I believe its a wonderful idea to get popular and having desired results. This way we can help each other and will get whatever we want
by Jennifer B 15 months ago
A few years back when I did Examiner.com, the writers were always talking about where is the best places to promote our work. I feel like once you use all your social media accounts, hit up any forums related to your topic, reddit, and network with people you know, you're really out of places...
by John Coviello 6 days ago
Just wondering what sites Hubbers use to promote their articles? I have seen a lot of changes over the years with some sites no longer allowing links in forums or comments, and some article sharing sites just going away. I primarily use Facebook and Twitter these days to share my...
by Audrey Hunt 3 years ago
Do you use social media to bring traffic to your hubs? What are your favorites?
by Scott S Bateman 19 months ago
If you use Google Analytics, the quick way to find out is if you click on Acquisition / Overview and divide social referrals by total sessions.
by Srikanth R 18 months ago
Please share your experience.
by Janis Leslie Evans 4 years ago
If we pump up our use of social media, i.e., marketing our articles more, will it help increase our traffic much? Or won't it make much difference because we are more dependent upon organic traffic? Something tells me we might have to wait out this drought. What say you?
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