Using “Free” as a Marketing Tool

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    1. Yes, I thought so as well. I have a number of short stories and poems that I have on Scribd for free reading… but I now I'm thinking I should also have the works available on other websites like the ones Lindsay mentioned. Thanks for commenting!


  1. Hi Belinda, work has been crazy so I haven't even started to participate in R.O.W. but it looks like you're making progress!

    Congratulations–you've won the Stylish Blogger Award! Check out my blog for details.

    1. Aw, thanks Jen!

      And you know what, I don't think it's too late to pick it up. People have been spotty with attendance anyway. That's the point of ROW80!

  2. I posted my first novella on PublicBookshelf.com where folks can read books for free. With all positive comments received, I’ve published on Amazon and Smashwords (one sale with no promotion yet). I’m halfway through my second novella and have a non-fiction book almost ready to upload. There’s no life like it – seeing your words in print and knowing readers are enjoying them!
    Thanks, Belinda.

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