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How To Increase Your Followers Number
2 min readMay 1, 2023

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Eventually I got more than 100 followers, but none of them read my articles. What should I do?

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Many are interested in creating articles on Medium with the hope of earning some money, but in reality, it’s not that easy. Even though we have successfully joined the MPP (Medium Partner Program), and discover the fact that only a few read our writings, we will never be able to withdraw the money earned (because there is a minimum withdrawal limit).

So, this is the easiest step to do:

  • Join the writer’s community; if you have a Facebook account you can join in Medium Writers and Readers, Medium Writers Community*, Medium Dreamers, Medium Writers Community*, Medium Writers Lounge, Medium Writers & Genuine Readers, Medium Magic, The Medium Writers and many more. Post your articles there and also comment on other people’s articles — along with a link to your article. For example, “That’s an interesting story, I would really appreciate it if you read mine too.”
  • Or, you can post links of your most interesting articles here (in the comments section) and give creative comments so that others want to read them. If you know of other writer’s communities, don’t hesitate to write them down in the comments as well.
  • Clap this article as many times as you can to help the article gets out there, so more people can read it and leading to your comment being viewed.

* Medium Writers Community, even though the title is the same but it’s a different group.

Tips: Don’t put all your articles behind the metered paywall — unless your writing is really interesting/important to read. Give the reader a chance to understand you/your writing better.

In the end, be an honest person. This post is designed to help one another, but it won’t work if you don’t return the favor; do not hit and run. Good luck every one!

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How To Increase Your Followers Number

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