I agree with some of the replies here that "provoking your facebook fans (or friends) is probably not the best way to get noticed." However, you can post comments on their pics, post a different and rather interesting status such as a quote from a legend or maybe, you can post a picture of yiur favorite dish and include a recipe (if you'd like). There are plenty of ways to "get noticed" on a social networking site-you just need to be creative about it. Hope this helps!:-)
Well you're doing a great job confusing me. Perhaps you can try that on them? Ask them how do you provoke a hubber? Haha
Are we talking Facebook fans or friends?
Either way, treat them with respect. Otherwise all you'll do is annoy them.
i want to get noticed between my fans and followers in facebook.A quick way is provoke them.
That's probably not the best way to get noticed.
I don't have fans or followers on Facebook, I have friends. You might want to rethink this strategy of yours.
Perhaps emailing them might be a better approach?
by Sally Gulbrandsen 10 months ago
Have you noticed that the high earners on HubPages appear to follow very few writers themselves?Could it be said then, that it is more important to have a following than it is to follow back other writers and Are we spending too much time commenting at the cost of writing new content?
by DJ Funktual 10 years ago
About DJ FunktualStatus: ExpertFrom: Fort Ladi Dadi, FLHubScore: 96Published Hubs: 80Joined: 4 months ago- 77 fans.I noticed it when I went around hub-world one day. Any reason for it?
by Jose Velasquez 4 years ago
Did HubPages do away with the share button to my followers or did I over use it?I was sharing the hubs I read with my followers earlier today, but now I can see the button anymore. I was wondering if I over used mine or is this the same for everyone else?
by Person of Interest 2 weeks ago
No way for me to know who they were.Have I become unlovable or is HP killing off extinct accounts right and left?
by Randi Benlulu 5 years ago
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by mel22 8 years ago
? guess they're tweaking in the Web"meister" shop The elves are at work before the end of the holidays. We're no longer FANatics of each others writings but Followers like a cult of Publishing Wizards.
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