What if we follow each other?
will we all be connected? why people don't use this idea of following each other?
Yes Amariah, it's a good way to expand our networks and bring the world closer together.
Do you mean on Hubpages? I have tried this before, and it sort of works. I made a forum post basically saying - "I'll follow you if you follow me." I eventually got a lot of followers, but many unfollowed me afterwords for one reason or another (but not all of them).
by A.Dot.Baybee 7 years ago
I am new to this and I have wrote my first hub... And aswell as receiving some pretty amazing comments about my first hub... I have met some remarkable writers ever since joining HubPages... Follow me & I'll follow you... I'd love to see what kind of hubs you guys have.... Thanks & take...
by f_hruz 6 years ago
How did you build such a large following on Twitter?Can you also suggest how to turn Twitter followers into HubPage fans?
by Internetwriter62 5 years ago
I'm doing good score wise, but I would like to know how can I network better and get more followers?I have a good score 81 and I have published 46 hubs so far, but I only have a following of six people, how do I better that. I wish you would write an article on that. You explain things so well.
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