What is the best way to connect to people we follow on other sites
such as google +. It seems to be very time consuming to look up each person. Is there a better way?
I've searched for a good solution very desperately. But it was very difficult to identify genuine sources where online writers could meet each other and share tips. Most of them were spam. I did this search to find organic and genuine link exchange partners. Eventually, this even led me to start my own Link Exchange Program and added a link (given below) to it in my hubpage profile.
https://docs.google.com/document/pub?id … V9QVCOczS4
I think following a similar step would help you meet new followers and increase the earning potentials of you articles.
this is something i've wondered about. i wanted to see if a couple of people on here were on twitter also but like me, i think they use a different name. i don't spend much time on a computer most days so it isn't easy to connect with people on more then one site.
Are you on google + if you don't mind me asking?
no i'm not. i don't even know what that is lol. i go on here and twitter and once in a while facebook. that's about all the time i have for social networks.
Some hubbers write the way you can contact them on their profile. I realized this when visiting some profiles and I did the same. I think you already did it. I can't see other ways to get together because everyone chooses the way he sees appropriate to him.
Most of these people will have a main website that they run and all of the ways to connect with them should be located on there. I find that nobody is really on Google+ and if they are, they have an account but never actually use it.
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