15 Tips on How to Grow Your Social Influence

Why Social is all about Participating, Engaging and Expanding

Here`s my top 15 social tips for beginners and those who feel that their digital influence is not growing fast enough. It is not a surprise that all of them have in common that social is all about participating, engaging and expanding.

  1. Start exactly now with joining at least Twitter, Facebook, Linkedin and GooglePlus!
  2. Update all your social profiles to a high standard, including a picture and a bio.
  3. Follow back engaging people and connect interesting people you know
  4. Reward yourself with mobility and extra social time through an Ipad
  5. Give first, rather than expecting something, be generous with likes and positive engagement
  6. Become an open networker or LION on LinkedIn that confirms invites from social people
  7. Share updates in public like on LinkedIn and Twitter or pictures on Google Plus and Facebook
  8. Visit my Appearoo page and add me as a contact, while creating your own page
  9. Join Klout, Instagram and Empire Avenue, the most supportive social communities
  10. Expand fast on Google Plus until you follow 5000 people, as many will follow you back
  11. Grow Twitter by following new people and share interesting content which gets retweeted
  12. Create a WordPress blog and a place in the internet which belongs to you like Michal Hyatt
  13. Replicate a similar or better version of this post on your own blog referring to this post.
  14. Fun matters most and the ROE or return on engagement will follow!
  15. Use your gained influence to promote peace, equality and sustainability for the planet.

 

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31 thoughts on “15 Tips on How to Grow Your Social Influence

    • I agree Hansjoerg, I only add real people, however on Linkedin I did not meet any Spam accounts so far and they seem to manage it quiet well, as a profile needs lots of information, basically to much for spam bots.

  1. Daniel, great that you’ve started blogging.

    Super design and well structured! The claim “Since C64 helping to get the best out of it” made me smile. Wondering what younger people will understand when reading it – but excellent positioning.

    What I don’t like is that I can’t follow your blog with my WordPress account. Re-blogging get’s difficulter due to that. Maybe for future improvement.

    So, keep on blogging! :-)

    Roger Koplenig
    http://XeeMe.com/RogerKoplenig (my social sig)

    • Roger

      Your feedback and comments are strongly appreciated and it means something coming from you, as your blog inspired me to do my own blog.
      I will add all requested feature on the next weekend, while the share bar is active. As its a self hosted wordpress blog, not a wordpress.com blog, but I just added a button to share over buffer, which allows to share everywhere, while sharing on Linkedin, Facebook, Google+ and Twitter should already work.
      Have a great week and thank you for stopping by and I try to add more sharing options soon.

      PS: I got my first C64 around the age of 10, thus since C64.

      Regards
      Daniel

      • Really Daniel, my blog inspired you to get started here? Great to hear, thank you! Maybe you would like to re-blog one of my posts? Shameless, I know ;-) But, seriously – would be definitely an honour to be published on your blog.

        May I add another suggestion? It would be helpful if visitors who comment here, had the opportunity to choose whether they would like to get a notification by e-mail when their comment got a reply.

        Expect your post on my blog soon.

        Have a great weekend!

        Roger

  2. THANK YOU FOR MAKING A DIFFERENCE DANIEL

    Lets use social media to build a sustainable global society founded on respect for nature, universal human rights, economic justice, and a culture of peace.

  3. Daniel, Looks like you did an awesome job putting this together. You first post is right on the money. I’ve never been one to use LION on LinkedIn, but I remain open minded. I look forward to learning more over the weeks ahead. What’s this about an auto follow option for LinkedIn, I’m clueless on that one. Also, is the a place where we can actually sign up for something like updates to the blog?

    • Steven, amazing to have you as a visitor, but there is no Linkedin auto-follow feature, I am aware of, I only meant to become a trully open networker. Thank you for your inspiring comments and for your great company. I suggest every visitor should follow you on G+ and Facebook for the quality engagement, support and great pictures!

  4. Excellent!! your first post is wonderful, it gives me the necessary push to make my blog, the greatest successes!! Thanks Daniel.