I am new and would like followers. I will help those who help me
Expand your profile with more info about yourself.
Provide a variety of reasons for people to follow you.
Start following others.
Comment on their articles.
Leave them fan mail.
I have done these things here, on Facebook, and on Twitter and discovered that they help.
Also, a major factor is "quid pro quo".
FCEtier said it all. Do not need to do 'barter trade' on this. It will be automatic if you are desirous in following people, certainly a number of them will reciprocate. Good Luck!
If you write good hubs with good content others will want to read more.
Your first three answers says it all. You have the very best advice from zzron, FCEtier and telltel so close this question and start working. Good Luck!
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