Rule of πŸ‘πŸ½

There is a saying on the street (street quotes):

If you don't get banned, you're not hustling hard enough πŸ˜‰

You know how the hustle goes. You share your article on Hacker News πŸ“° but it just withers and dies πŸ˜‘ then you post it to Reddit, and someone tells you to chill the f* out πŸ₯Ί you try promoting on a Facebook group and you get banned πŸ˜΅β€πŸ’«

Here are some TIPS 😀

  • Specialize πŸ‘©β€πŸš€ Don’t try to establish a presence on every forum around. Pick a few communities that you’ll enjoy hanging around on. When someone looks at your profile history make sure they see a person, not a marketing bot πŸ€– Think β€œword of mouth”, as opposed to SEO.
  • Be helpful βœ‹ You can’t just post a link to your article and expect people to follow it. Instead help solve the painful problems, subtly suggesting there is more where that came from. Think β€œeffective” over β€œfrequency”.
  • Forget about what you want 🧠 This is How to Win Friends and Influence People applied to the internet world. Focus on helping others, and they’ll happily come to you for more. Answer questions or point people to the right place for help. Build good karma.
  • Make it easy to find you πŸ”Ž If you’ve helped enough people they will check out your profile πŸ§‘β€πŸ’»Make sure to leave a link to your site there πŸ”— In the case of Facebook or Reddit leave some clues in your posting history.
  • Reuse your content πŸ“ Reply using the posts you wrote, but change them enough to appear as if you’re answering the person directly πŸ™‹β€β™‚οΈ
  • Scout for problems in advance πŸ•΅πŸΌβ€β™€οΈ Sometimes a question gets asked over and over again. Go through the archives and look for a question like that. Then write an article about it. If in the future the same question comes up you’ll have an answer ready πŸ“„

Hope this help 🧧

- Sudo

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