You don’t want readers to wonder why your books aren’t here.
Lots of categories to classify your books.
We had our Grand Opening 5/27/05, and since then we‚ve had over 1700 hits to the website. More authors are joining daily. Currently over 60 have joined, including Carolyn Hart, Joanne Fluke, Robin Hathaway, and Lyn Hamilton.
We also have a Featured Author each month. They answer interview questions and are featured on an additional page for no additional cost. In the future, we may increase the number of Featured Authors each month to give more authors the extra exposure
I don’t see how paying for "exposure" on this amateurishly-designed, no-prestige, low-traffic site is much of a promotional opportunity — not to brag, but I get more hits here per day than they’ve had in five months. A blank page could probably get more hits (especially if you put the word breasts in the text somewhere). Her low traffic and sloppy design simply aren’t worth the thirty five bucks.
In my opinion, you’re much better off spending the money on a five month subscription
to Typepad ($4.95-a-month, first month free) and starting your own blog. It will
look a lot better than her site, it will focus only on YOU, and you’ll probably
get as much (if not more) traffic than you would on her obscure corner of
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So, Lee, all of that aside, I’m wondering: why aren’t your books there?
You should join just to help her buy some decent web-design software.
Pitiful. I wouldn’t even pay Typepad. Online advertising = not much, along the same lines as online only books.
“Dawn Doodle”? WTF?
Hey! I came here because a google search said there were “breasts” here! I feel cheated!
Mystery Lovers Corner is a neat website and Im sure all mystery readers will go there to read about PIER PRESSURE my novel from Five Star, 2005.
— “Im sure all mystery readers will go there to read about PIER PRESSURE my novel from Five Star, 2005”
I’m sure they won’t.