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Humor: How to Remain Famous?

Updated on August 12, 2013

Many people read tips on How to become famous, but becoming famous is an easy thing, so one should know about How to remain famous, which is more important. If you are a to be famous person or celebrity, here are some tips for you. The tips reveal the secrets of remaining famous.

If You Know How to Become Famous.....

One of my friends is known as a great actor and also as a Super Star (He and people says so, but I never thought that he was a great actor or super star). For me, he is just a clever man who knows how to remain famous, what tactics to use for remaining famous and how to manage the media.

Following tips are based on the tactics used by my friend. These are proven tips and you should not hesitate to use them for remaining famous, if you are already a famous person.

Spread Gossips about yourself

Gossips and rumors are the most important things that help you in remaining famous. It is easy to spread Gossips and rumors. Just 'keep' some media persons and tell them about the true or false secrets about you. Such secrets will spread across the country through media and the masses will discuss it for further spread.

Thus you will remain famous or become more famous without much efforts.

Make a Controversial Statement

Making a controversial statement and then spreading it through media is one of the best ways to remain famous. As you are already famous, media would like to discuss on such statements of yours.

Tweet the statement on Twitter. Media persons are not going to read it, so make phone calls to some of them and tell them that you have tweeted so an so. (That is the best way to tell the media what you have tweeted) Then the media will start to caw. Thus you will be in limelight, and you will remain famous.

If you do not have any controversial statement to make, do not worry. Just say anything. For example, say, 'Last night, I went to bed at 10 P.M.' It is an important statement for media, because it is of of a famous person like you.

Visit Famous Persons in Hospitals

If any famous person, especially from your field is ill and admitted to a hospital, visit the hospital and meet the person. Before going to hospital, make some phone calls to media persons, and invite them. As the media is always in need of news, even if it is not important, the media persons will surely cover your visit to the hospital. It will be presented as 'Breaking News' on news channels and an important news in the newspapers.

Express Condolences

If any famous person dies, express condolence. The condolence should be for TV news channels, you do not need to express it to the family of the deceased person. In case of newspapers, give some journalists a standing order of publishing a condolence message on your behalf when any famous person dies, and even if you do not know the person. The journalists will mange it as very few famous people express condolence on death of other persons, especially from their own field.

Arrange Interviews

Interviews are good for remaining famous. Ask one of your fan journalists to have an interview with you. If you have no time for an interview, do not worry. Your fan journalist will publish your interview without any interview with you. This method is not applicable for interviews on TVs.

Comment... Comment

Always comment on this and that, even if have nothing to do with the issues. Your comments must be for media. The media will publish your comments. This will help you to remain famous.

Conclusion

Remember that to remain famous, you need to be in limelight. So you should always try to be in limelight by using the tactics given above. If you have any other tactics, please let me know.

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  • jainismus profile imageAUTHOR

    Mahaveer Sanglikar 

    6 years ago from Pune, India

    I think it applies to famous hubbers too ...... even to me and you :) . Just showing our presence on Hubpages will work.

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    Linda Bilyeu 

    6 years ago from Orlando, FL

    Does this apply to Famous Hubbers? If so I know quite a few who could use this information. I'll be sure and share! :)

  • jainismus profile imageAUTHOR

    Mahaveer Sanglikar 

    6 years ago from Pune, India

    Thanks Anjela for reading and commenting.

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    Angela Blair 

    6 years ago from Central Texas

    As my brother is famous I've watched his career for over 40 years. I've found by treating his fans right, always keeping his word and embracing other entertainers' talents and showing great generosity to good causes he's built a career to be proud of. Enjoyed reading your Hub -- interesting ideas. Best/Sis

  • jainismus profile imageAUTHOR

    Mahaveer Sanglikar 

    6 years ago from Pune, India

    Thanks

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    Ankur Mithal 

    6 years ago

    Excellent observations. Every person gets one minute of fame, they say. Your suggestions will get to that minute faster.

    On similar lines, here are suggestions for becoming a great Leader in a business / company :

    http://darkofficehumour.wordpress.com/2012/01/30/l...

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    Dianna Mendez 

    6 years ago

    I don't know if fame will ever come to my door, but if it does I will be ready after reading your article. Good suggestions.

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    Emer420 

    6 years ago

    I loved this.! Very well written and informative. I should try some of these ideas out. I can't wait to be famous now. :)

  • jainismus profile imageAUTHOR

    Mahaveer Sanglikar 

    6 years ago from Pune, India

    Dee aka Nonna, thank you for sharing your views.

  • jainismus profile imageAUTHOR

    Mahaveer Sanglikar 

    6 years ago from Pune, India

    Thanks, wewillmake

  • jainismus profile imageAUTHOR

    Mahaveer Sanglikar 

    6 years ago from Pune, India

    Jools99,

    Thanks for the comments.

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    Dee aka Nonna 

    6 years ago

    Some of you may not be old enough to remember the seeming riff between country music stars Billy Ray Cyrus and Travis Tritt (think I spelled that correctly)...the famous "here's a quarter call someone who gives a damn". I think it was Travis who recorded the "song" but it was Billy Ray who delivered the line and dropped a quarter on the floor at a music award program. It wasn't long after that that Billy Ray's star really started to rise.

    Good hub...made me giggle and I like to giggle.

    Dee

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    wewillmake 

    6 years ago from kerala-INDIA

    You are absolutely right ... Humor having the great strength to change ones mind from any situation to a relaxed state..

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    Jools Hogg 

    6 years ago from North-East UK

    Should I ever become famous, this is advice I will be sure to follow :o), this is a fun hub with just the right amount of cheekiness.

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