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January 26, 2006 11:03 AM   Subscribe

What's the best way (non-spam) way to market a flash/micro fiction publication and community? (no, there are no gratuitous self-links inside)

I've recently started an online flash fiction publication, and I set up forums so that flash and micro fiction writers could have a place to congregate.

I've already emailed the list owners of several Yahoo and Google groups with the information to pass on to their members if they choose, and I've bookmarked the links under relevant tags in del.icio.us. I'm also going to make a post in MeFi Projects.

What are some other non-spam ways to market this type of publication/community?
posted by aebaxter to Writing & Language (1 answer total)
 
You could:
- Buy Google text ads.
- Add a blurb to your e-mail sig.
- Try to get reporters, bloggers, to write stories about what you are doing.
posted by alms at 1:46 PM on January 26, 2006


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