By creating and posting hubs of high quality content and answer questions and ask questions like you already have done. Commenting on other hubs and show them a lot of love will also help :-)
I visit other hubs, sometimes doing a hub hop and if I like the content, I will follow them. But, that does not mean they will follow you back, but could. Post on the forums and answer questions that you know the answer to. In other words, put yourself out there and realize it all takes time. If they have any contests that you could joint, do so.
I find answering questions lets people know I'm here. They can love me or hate me. I don't care. If you want a leader... here I am.
And you'll either love me or hate me. Makes it so much easier to sort out the riff raft.
Write quality hubs regularly and people will follow you. Participating in forums, answering questions and commenting on others' hubs also help.
If you comment more hubs, you will get more followers even if your hubs aren't really that great. Produce great hubs filled with great info, pictures, videos, etc; and someone out there will read them, like them, and follow you.
I think creating hubs on as many different topics as possible will help you to gain followers; but still, commenting other people's hubs with thought out, and kind comments is the best strategy for gaining followers, IMO.
Quality content that accompanied with regular participation in the forums will boost your no of followers.
Since following another hubber is a voluntary thing there's nothing you can do directly. Good content is the way
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