As @DeMichael_Crimson and @Gerard_Amatin both mentioned interact with them.
In short, talk to them.
It is difficult, I know. The game’s reputation for cut-throat play is working against you, so new players have a reluctance to use chat in the starter systems; but this where persistence comes into it’s own.
Just move into a starter system and start typing, do it about the same time…each time/day so new players, who’ve witnessed your previous “chats”, have a chance to become accustomed to your presence. After you become a “known” personality older newbies will vouch for you with the newest of players.
It is difficult. You may have to have a running monologue going for several days before anyone “bites”.
But, it will work.
I knew one vet who did this for months. He “lived” in the Trossere starter system. Everyone in Trossere looked forward to his logging in and just chatting. That’s all he did, just chat. I knew another player who ran a very spirited “coffee klatch” and after all the chat would lead anywhere from a half dozen to a dozen new players, each day, on a roam through low sec, in the most kitchen-y of kitchen sink fleets. Most of the time they were all blown up. But, they would log in the new day and tell the rest of us all about their adventure. This vet did this for months as well. Conversation was all it took to form a bond.
What is difficult is to be persistent, when no new players respond initially. You just have to keep at it and not worry about appearing eccentric.
Also, Count Vlad Tepes as a name, and your chosen photo work against you, afterall who’s going to trust Dracula?