September 19, 2017 Lior Burg

Bring Your Friends Over – How to Turn Social Network Followers into HearMeOut Friends

Social networks are a huge part of our lives, and that’s a fact. Both our social and business lives are highly affected by social networks, and in order to spread our ideas, sell our products or make new friends, we need to have more followers or online friends.
The thing is – how can we make our other social networks followers, such as Facebook, Instagram, Twitter etc., into HearMeOut friends?

Here are four easy ways to do just that:

1. Sharing is Caring – you can share your HearMeOut account or a specific post to Facebook and Twitter. That is a great way to expose your voice to friends and followers. Add some teasing content to your post about HearMeOut to make your followers intrigued about your HearMeOut profile.

2. Turn Pictures into Words – Tease your latest HearMeOut post on Instagram, with a related picture and a caption to bait people, making them want to hear more. If you are a singer, for example, you can post a pic of your lyrics notebook, inviting people to come over to HearMeOut to hear your new song. Or if you just recorded a post about that great ice cream place you discovered earlier today, well – post a pic of that fabulous ice cream and a caption that promises much more than just a pretty picture.

3. Let people know that you are on HearMeOut – add your username into your bio on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat. Followers often like to follow someone on all social networks, and if you give them an easy access to your HearMeOut profile, chances are more will follow you.

4. Make exclusive content for HearMeOut – to make friends and followers come over and hear what you have to say, make sure you only share the full content on HearMeOut. Let people know, via other social networks, that they are missing out by not hearing you on HearMeOut.

Use Your Voice!

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