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What is the most successful way you have gotten followers?

  1. mitowrite profile image74
    mitowriteposted 6 years ago

    What is the most successful way you have gotten followers?

    Whether it's HubPages or a personal blog, how would you recommend a blogger newbie would be a good way for him/her to get more followers? What works/worked for you?

  2. Entourage_007 profile image84
    Entourage_007posted 6 years ago

    Generally, writing good content on hubpages or posting valuable tweets that are helpful to others will help you to get more followers.

    But one of the most important things I recommend to my clients is to stay active in the social community and interact with other users.  The more you interact, the more people have a reason to follow you.

    I have also written some articles on hubpages that discuss professional strategies for getting more twitter followers.

  3. irfansweb profile image56
    irfanswebposted 6 years ago

    Interesting and quality content is the key to get followers, If you write a good content people who are interested in that niche will automatically follow you.

  4. shadowprancer profile image66
    shadowprancerposted 6 years ago
    1. Linda Cassini profile image66
      Linda Cassiniposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Hey is it okay for a post ^ on your hub on an answered question link?
      cause I have a good one to share...jw

  5. cre8ivOne profile image75
    cre8ivOneposted 6 years ago

    I agree with shadowprancer
    It has been useful to read and comment on fellow hubbers articles on a regular basis, also, answering questions and asking questions can be a great way to network as well.

  6. LindaSmith1 profile image61
    LindaSmith1posted 6 years ago

    It looks like your question has been answered.  But, followers is not the key. It takes awhile to build up a list of followers, and often hubbers leave hub pages, or don't spend a lot of time here.

    Those who make comments on my hubs, I will check their profile and see what they are writing about, their interests etc. I may or may not follow them right then and there, but may do so later on.

    I do not follow every person who follows me.

    I do take the time to vote, to comment in most cases, and to share hubs that I like, and find information that may be valuable to others on FB, Twitter, Digg, etc. I Google plus a lot of the hubs I read and really like too. There are hubbers where I do the blog this as well.

    Followers is not going to make money for us. It is doing things that I mentioned above that is going to do it, and that is only if we do the same for each other.  I read a lot of great hubs, with a lot of comments, but not one person has hit the Twitter share button, the FB button or even the Google Plus button.

    Not only do we need to promote our own work, we need to do it for fellow hubbers as well. This way, we all see an increase in our viewers, as well as income.

  7. Dale Mazurek profile image71
    Dale Mazurekposted 6 years ago

    Just write and people will follow you.  I would never ask for a follower.  You dont want a bunch of phoney followers.  You want people who follow you because you have given them a reason to follow.

  8. duffsmom profile image60
    duffsmomposted 6 years ago

    I have had good success by reading others hubs and commenting, also coming her to "Answers" and putting in some time.  People become curious about you and your opinions and will check out your hubs.  If someone reads one of my hubs and comments, I always do to theirs and read one or two and comment.

  9. profile image0
    icountthetimesposted 6 years ago

    Writing hubs that interest people. Often if people take the time to comment, they take the time to follow too. The same can apply for commenting on others hubs. Often I find that people follow me if I take the time to leave them a detailed or useful comment about one of their hubs.

  10. TeamSTM profile image22
    TeamSTMposted 22 months ago

    The only suggestion I have is this, be yourself, write about subjects you like and keep sharing them. Either readers will get your subject matter or they will not. Don't worry about issues beyond your control, stand firm on the things you can clearly influence. Your interests, what you share and the messages you convey in your writing. Be concerned about those and the rest will fall into place!

    I hope this helps you! smile

 
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