One of the ways I’m getting people to find my BMC page is by taking part in public discussion forums on subjects that I’m interested in. If you’ve visited my page, you know that my hobby is related to 8-bit computing. I enjoy talking about it, writing articles about it and sharing information with others who have the same interests.
I frequently visit public forums where others with similar interest congregate. To help draw these people to my BMC page, I include a link to it in my profile signature. So, every time I post a topic, or reply to an existing article, people can see the link. And because my BMC page and what I post about are related to the forums I visit, there’s a better chance that the people visiting will buy me a coffee.
This is what one of my signatures looks like (with my BMC link):
Since I started doing this, I’ve seen the number of visitors to my BMC page substantially increase. Of course, before adding links like this to my profile signatures, I ask the moderators for permission. Not all public forums allow self promoting in this manner.