Can you tell me which website are a good place to publish poetry in a community similar to Hubpages.
http://www.poetryvoices.com/ is a good platform for poetry and has some cool features. You can read your poem to your audience by adding video or use the in -built video to read it for you.
There are lots of websites to submit poems but most of them you cannot earn revenue. I don't even know one that share their revenue to poets, that's why I like hubpages better because at least if I have a good poem keyword then readers will come and read my poems and chances are there that they will click my ads or buy from Amazon or Ebay.
Thank you for your feedback I will check into that site, and consider publishing my poems on Hubpages.
There are many webgroups dedicated to amateur poets and writers. For poetry I can recommend
poetryandpublishing.com, (Learn styles, get publishing help and more)
poetrywithpassion.com, Similar to the one above, and many of the same members, but offers more illustration help for publishing and great writers.
soulasylumpoetry.com, a Canadian based site that has a Tuesday night radio show where the host reads, or invites a member to read, their poetry. Also offers publishing.
poetswithintegrity.org offers great writers without promotional dressing. Great group of writers.
I won Poet of the Year on "poetrywithpassion.com" and was awarded a free book publishing contract.
All of these sites offer great support and camaraderie, take a look at them
You also have many wonderful poets here on hubpages.com. Take a look at Nellianna; Shazwellyn, and others you will find among the commentators on their postings. I will follow you and I hope you follow me and enlarge our poet community.
Will show you the way
To write about a better day!
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