I actually was a long time hubpages writer and eventually opened my website to sell my books. Over time it became apparent that people working together in teams were having more luck get noticed and finding exposure. If you are a writer and wonder what I mean go look at the #WritersCross on twitter.
Now the problem becomes covering enough platforms, between over 333 social media platforms all of the writers seem to be twitter people primarily so we hunt now for writers who make an impact on other platforms.
My books are on amazon and createspace so sharing the links is easy enough but finding people to do so for as many authors as we have is challenging even with just 5-10 authors so who has any idea what might make it easier to find more people on more platforms with established followings who don't mind doing extra promo just to get extra promo?
by lmmartin5 years ago
Who here is interested in starting a discussion group for those of us caught up in promoting our books? Self-published, indie-published or traditionally published, all authors need to self-promote. Let's share our...
by Website Examiner4 years ago
With the growing number of Hubbers that have published or self-published a book, an e-book, or other literary works, why not give them a self-promotion forum. Allow them to post relevant links there, for the benefit of...
by ilovehubbing8 years ago
HeyI have now written a few hubs and have some questions.Do any of you organize to work together to cross promote each other’s hubs in a organized way?IE-Deliberate stumbling each other’s hubs?-Cross linking your...
by Pamela Lipscomb2 years ago
Hi guys, If you have written a book(s) and are selling it on Amazon.com, I would like to know what you think of the process? My sister has self-published a book and is a little overwhelmed about how to sell...
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