I’m always searching for new methods for promoting writing. The methods need to be fun, because many writers are prejudiced against promotion.
There’s a new method, which I describe here, Free, Easy, NEW Source of Monetizable Traffic, In Minutes, which is not only fun, but FAST. It couldn’t be simpler:
“Use Magazines to promote… anything
You can use Flipboard Magazines to promote anything. Obviously, since I’m a writer and author, I’ll be using Magazines to promote my blogs, my writing guides, and my writing clients too.
Over the past 12 months, I’ve been ghostwriting Kindle novels, so I’ll be helping my clients to promote their romances, mysteries and historical novels with Magazines. It’s an added service I’m now providing — if you’re a writer or marketer, you can offer Magazine-creation as a service to your clients too.
Encourage your friends to use Magazines for promotion, too. I’ve already suggested Magazines to a friend who owns a beauty salon, to my favorite local restaurants, and to my dog’s vet. The more people who use Flipboard, the more your audience will grow.”
Flipboard is an iOS/ Android app, so you need a supported device — iPhone, iPad et al and their Android cousins. However, as you can see from the above page, there’s a large audience, and this audience will grow. We’ve talked about the importance of the mobile audience before.
I love Magazines, and enjoyed writing the guide. Magazines are a fascinating development. In the final section of the guide, I indulge myself a little, wondering where Magazines might end up, if Flipboard offers a paid subscription service.
Flipboard’s Magazines are easy to create; you do can it in just minutes. The instructions are in the guide. Send me the links to YOUR Magazines; I’m looking forward to seeing the results of your creativity :-).
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