Does everybody see your blogs? I'm kind of new to this whole thing. Thank you to all who answer.
You've been a member of the site for two years, but your profile says you've only just started writing here.
If you haven't been interacting with the community in all that time, how would anyone know you were here? Participating is how people learn you exist.
But if your goal is money vs popularity, followers don't make you profitable.
I only started writing here recently. Just set up an account 2 years ago. K thanx for the advice.
Thanks yeah I started interacting and always comment and comment back. It's aggravating when people don't comment back, but I guess that's the way it goes.
You're welcome. Yeah, I try to write back everyone, but sometimes I forget that I approved something and never commented back. I find the comment weeks later and I have to write a "sorry, but thanks" comment. Haha.
Yeah, as long as you stay engaged in a positive way, people will follow. I guess Paradigm Search is right too, though. You could get followers from a really good rant, but I'm not going to try it.
Hi Caroline welcome, it is so aggravating when people dont comment back, but your taking the right approach. Relache is right dont be afraid of interacting.
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