Hello. As I observed, only few of my friends in facebook actually took the time to visit my hubs. How can I use FB to promote my hub and lure them to visit and read my hubs? Is there some techniques? Thank you so much.
People are usually only going to read something that is of interest to them. I did not think that anyone was actually using my links to see what I had written when linking my hubs to facebook until they started to click like. When sharing the link on facebook you may want to add something to the post like here is an article that I wrote that many of you would love to read.
You might ask yourself how many links you follow from your FB friends posts?
Hello, buddy. Thanks but I don't get your question. Can you please elucidate further?
I think he was meaning to use your own behavior as an example or a gauge of how people react to or respond to links on FB. Are there certain links from your friends that you tend to follow? Is it just because they are your friends, or is there something about the link that interests you? Or perhaps did your FB friends provide some added comment as Just Ask Susan suggested?
You could create a Facebook page for yourself as a writer
Encourage your friends to join your fan page and they will be notified when you post updates to your page. You could include links to your new hubs. Facebook page updates (if enabled by other FB users) will stand out amongst the regular status feeds which could increase the chances of your friends actually viewing your hubs.
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