How do you promote your hubs without bombarding your followers?
Are there any communities (like google+), websites, or forums that you like to post your hubs to? What are some different ways to get traffic to your hubs? I promote my blog on twitter and pinterest, but haven't started promoting my hubs yet. Although at times I feel like I'm bombarding my twitter followers with links. Does anyone else feel this way and is there a way to balance everything?
You should post at most 1 tweet a day or others will only think of you as a spammer. Have you tried creating a Tumblr account? It's my most effective marketing campaign tool to date which provides me an average of 50 views a day. I haven't got any success with Twitter, Facebook, and Pinterest. Follow me on Tumblr if you decide to join: http://dailytop10now.tumblr.com/
Good luck and God bless us all!
I used social bookmarking sites such as digg, pinterest, stumleupon, google+, article writing, facebook and twitter to promote my hubs. Though followers may sometime take a little longer to build, it is always a better alternative than to focus your entire marketing strategy onto just 1-2 sites. I hope this helps. cheers
Thanks for commenting! There just seems to be so many websites that I can promote on, that I forget about a good majority of them during the actual promotion process.
I don't think of backlinking as a very good way to get traffic. It used to be the magic charm of internet traffic, and a bit of backlinking is still good.
The biggest majority of links I share on Facebook, Twitter, Google +, etc, are not MY links.
I don't promote my hubs on any websites at al. I feel if people want to read my work, they will. I do OK and make a little money and as time has gone on, my numbers have increased.
Hubbers who like my work promote it for me, and that is the best I can hope for.
by John Coviello 4 weeks ago
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by Peter V 6 years ago
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by Jennifer B 16 months ago
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by Kate Daily 13 months ago
Hi guys, I'm hoping for some advice. Basically here's my issue: I enjoy writing informative articles that I believe will be useful to people. However, I can't stand promoting my hubs.The thought of spending my time scouring the Web looking for places to post it, opening tons of social media...
by Janis Leslie Evans 4 years ago
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by ElleBee 6 years ago
How do you promote/share your Hubs online?What methods do you use for sharing and promoting your hubs online. I've been using twitter and reddit but I'm looking for other ideas. Thanks.
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