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How to Promote Your hubs through Networking

Updated on August 16, 2009

Promoting Your Hubs through social networking

You have published your hub and you now want to promote it to gain more readers who will subscribe to your mailing list and possible will bookmark your hub for further reference. Networking is one of the best ways to promote your article to get more traffic and increase your internet presence. Networking as a strategy needs to be handle carefully for you to make most out of it. Here are some ways to promote your hubs through Social Networking that you need to consider

1. Be kind

When you are interacting with your fellow hubbers, bloggers or online writers you need to be humble, respect each other opinions, by doing these everybody you interactive with will know that you value their thinking and what they are blogging about. Being kind will help you become open minded to the positive criticisms you will receive, be ready to give something useful that is going to help other bloggers, hubbers, doing this will help develop a huge followers online, since most bloggers will turn to you for advice. Help other hubbers and bloggers achieve their goals by helping them you will realized your goals much faster than you expected. Just make sure that your generosity is not abused by people, have your boundaries when interacting with other hubbers

2. It takes time to build relationship

Develop your relationship with other hubbers and bloggers slowly, with time you will notice that you have make a huge following with great respect of your work

3. Persistent is the Key

While looking for hubbers and bloggers to build relationship, most professional bloggers will not notice for the first time, but your persistence will tell them that you are serious with what you are doing and they can count on you. Persistence also helps professional bloggers to know that you love what you are doing and they will be able to assist you in achieving your goals very first

4. Feedback

When giving feedback on other hubbers hubs, make sure that you give your true comment after reading their hubs, do not just comment for the sake of adding your name to their hubs. In your feedback point out the positive contents that you have found valuable and the areas where the hubber needs to improve on, by doing this you are offering technical support for the hubber that will help him and any other person reading that hub for help, your feedback hence will help to review the particular hub for better improvement

5. Identify yourself

If you want to develop a long relation with other hubbers and bloggers then you need to give the potential hubbers and bloggers your real names and contacts, if possible have your photograph on your blog. This will help them know the kind of person they are dealing with and will separate you from spammers. Do not hide your identity, doing so will make other hubbers have little faith in what you giving be it advice or any other kind of contribution

6. Concentrate on your niche

If you are blogging and wants to promote your work through social networking, then you need to identify bloggers with the same interest as you, doing so will make it easy for you to interact with them and you will be at a better position to give technical advice on your niche

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      Cruncher 5 years ago from UK

      Thanks for the useful tips.

      I have the problem that I blog about topics related to my day job and it would be a problem it became known that I was! That's why I have the calculator avatar and not entirely original nom de plume.

      But in general I agree people should use their real selves online - it builds trust, and makes relationships work better.

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      john 6 years ago

      that is very true..it takes time to build a relationship

      http://technouniversityworld.blogspot.com

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      oderog 8 years ago from Nairobi

      That's right Rebecca E, as we always know a picture speaks thousands words, and most likely a picture would really attract someone to read your hub or blog than even the headline itself.

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      Rebecca E. 8 years ago from Canada

      oderog-- what you say is so true, actually when I first began my blogging career I use the picture I have right now, so it's been up for nearly two years, except for the one month I took it off, and then there was a backlash, so back to the "famous" shield picture. In other words, consistancy is the key which you so wonderfully pointed out in this hub. excellent work consider this bookmakred and Stumbled Upon!

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      oderog 8 years ago from Nairobi

      @fastreta - Great to hear, actually when commenting

      on somebody's content you are providing some reflection

      on his contents and how well he has done or should be

      improve or what point he has missed out. You can also

      do Guest posting on other peoples hubs - writing a long

      informative hub as a comment which is related to the hub

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      Alfreta Sailor 8 years ago from Southern California

      Oderog, this is information that I sure can use, as I want to promote my hubs as much as possible. One thing that I agree with you on, is not to just comment on a hub without reading it, just to say that you made a comment. I appreciate when people really do read my hubs, and I try not to comment on a hub unless I've read it and agree or even like it. I also appreciate it when I know the person with who I am dialoging with, I mean I like to match a real face with the comment. I do however appreciate anyone that offers a true comment. Thanks for sharing, and I am going to put these tips to use in promoting my hubs.

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      oderog 8 years ago from Nairobi

      I like your formula SEO Expert Kerala, great and thanks for stopping by

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      SEO Expert Kerala 8 years ago from KERALA

      popularity of a hubbber can be easily identified by this formula :

      (No of fans /No of hubs )*100

      So Am 108/92 =117% Popular in hubpages

      You are 112/114 = 98% popular in hubpages

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      oderog 8 years ago from Nairobi

      @ Me Hubber - thanks for spending your time on this hub I do agree with you that without consistency,

      persistency you will not develop good relationship with other hubbers and blogger, they are the best ways to promote your hubs and blogs through networking

      @viviknows - Great to hear that you liked this hub, no free lunch as you said it,

      persistence and determination are the best ways to promote your hubs and blogs through networking

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      viviknows 8 years ago

      determination & persistence ! No Free Lunch in the world!

      I ;ike your Hubpages. Keep it up!

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      Me Hubber 8 years ago

      Very true!

      I think that the relationship evolves out of consistency, persistence etc. One can only be consistent. The user at the other end builds a relationship with you, rather than you building it.

      Of course, one can always study the user behavior and then define a strategy for the user to be able to relate to you in a particular way.

      Wow! did I say all that?

      Nice hub!!

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      oderog 8 years ago from Nairobi

      Thanks KCC Big Country, but having your picture makes a whole big difference, and pictures speak thousands words, I agree with you that you can make good relationship without pictures as you have done and consistency is what matters most

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      Karen Curtis 8 years ago from Central Texas

      I don't think it's necessary to use a real photo in order to build a relationship. I think many people have gotten to know and trust me without having to see my photo. People watch for consistencies and inconsistencies in one's character and habits. Time allows a bond and relationship to form with or without the picture. Besides, only half of the photos people use are really them anyways.

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      oderog 8 years ago from Nairobi

      Yes bingskee, you are right when building a long time relationship with other readers online it will take time, be patient and persistent is the key. once these bloggers and hubbers have Identified with you then you are better placed to get traffic from there followers

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      bingskee 8 years ago from Quezon City, Philippines

      that one is very true - IT TAKES TIME TO BUILD A RELATIONSHIP!

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