I joined a few days ago, and I was wondering if you had any tips on attracting followers and developing a network.
Any suggestions will help. Thank you.
The best Hubbers are the ones who take part in the community, and not just come and leave. Getting to know people helps build your network by getting the ball spinning on Google. (Hubbers read your pages, then the engine scores your article higher.) Any niche can be effective here at hubpages. Read, comment, and take part in forums and the rest will fill itself in!
Good Luck and Welcome,
My advice, in no particular order:
Keep writing quality hubs no matter what
Visit and comment on others' hubs
Participate courteously and respectfully in the forums
Participate in the weekly HubMob when you can (it's great at boosting readership)
Participate in the 30 Day HubChallenge when you're ready to kick things up a notch
Become a follower of people you admire for their writing skills, personality, etc. Don't just follow anyone, be sincere.
Give it all time. Don't try to hurry it along. It will happen.
That's about it.
Welcome to HP and the opportunity to develop some excellent relationships with like minded people.
To ensure your popularity:
Please deposit your $5 donation to our Christmas Party Fund and offer your services on the day as assistant chef.
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Welcome to hubpages
Read through the old posts in the forums
Also go through the Hub pages FAQ.
Wish you all the best
The best advice I can give you is to become my fan/follower. kidding there.
On a serious note, follow what KCC has said above.
I will suggest you to write quality hubs, read and comment on others' hubs, participate in forums, answer to questions in the "Answers" tab above and also try to answer the queries here on forums.
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