In what way can you promote a new published hub via twitter and Facebook?
FB has several fellow Hubbers and all connected with various groups. Our RSS feeds helps promote our Hubs and hopefully captures a audience. Use hashtags in Twitter before you tweet --> i.e., # home decor. Again, you strive to capture a audience. Am sure there are lots other tips but hope this helps.
With twitter I know i have to have hundreds of followers..whic is the best strategy to increase my following?
Interesting you say that about followers. However, I would have to disagree. I get a lot of traffic from twitter and it has nothing to do with my followers.
I don't send out tweets to my followers, I send them out to specific "#" hashtags. People use twitter to search for available topics that they want to read about, not just what their followers tweet.
I have no desire to have thousands of twitter followers, but do want to be able to put my hubs in specific topics people are looking for.
I could be wrong about followers, but if I am, oh well. As for increasing your follower based, there are plenty of places online to get more followers. Look through the tweets your present followers tweet about, because a lot of people tweet about online resources for increasing followers. Usually, they say something like "follow me and I'll follow you back, and they provide a link to some site." However, if you're already following them, you don't need to follow them again, but you can use the link to the site.
by healthmunsta 11 months ago
I am literally sick and tired of people who follow you, and then, when you follow them back, they promptly unfollow you. Really, people? What do you do when someone unfollows you shortly after you follow them? Do you hunt them down and unfollow them as well? Do you send them mail saying what they...
by WoodsmensPost 7 years ago
I didn't think this was allowed and it is rather annoying spamming a link to one article every couple hours.
by sheenarobins 9 years ago
Everyone who has Twitter come follow Hubpages and lets all follow one another. Let's all promote the site who nurtured us a writer!
by Baileybear 6 years ago
I've had twitter for a while. I find it very spammy, so don't really read it. I post my hubs there & the occasional article I like. I have approx 300 followers (many are writers), yet in my traffic, I have very rarely had a visitor from twitter. Do the backlinks count for...
by Veronica Roberts 6 years ago
Do you promote your own work or that of others most?Which do you do most? Is there a reason, or does it happen naturally?
by oderog 9 years ago
Hi members, what are some of the ways you are using to promote your hubpages
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