The Digital Revolution

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  1. Mari Adkins
    September 5, 2010

    Apex Publications offers its books both in print and in many eformats. The anthology I edited is available in a broad range of formats. I’ve sold more Kindle copies at Amazon than I have print copies from the same place. I still think it’s trippy that the book is available as an iTunes/iPhone app! LOL

    I push myself and Apex and my friends on Facebook and Twitter. I’m also on GoodReads. I had no idea there was a KindleForum. I’ll have to check that out. thank you!

    Like you, I’m sure there’s more I could be doing … :/

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  2. Jon Gibbs
    September 7, 2010

    I’m working on a ‘Fun With Fiction’ program to try to promote myself in schools, and I’m trying out my ‘Fine Art of Self Promotion’ presentation and accompanying workshop at a few venues later this year.

    If they go well, I plan to get myself booked to do a lot more talks. Digital promotion is great, but the personal touch is even better for that ‘word of mouth, don’t you think?’

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  3. L.J. Sellers
    September 8, 2010

    Personal connections are wonderful. That’s why I’m teaching workshops and doing library talks and book club discussions. But there are only so many of those opportunities. To reach a wide audience, you have to be online.

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  4. Dixie Nowitzke
    March 3, 2011

    This is one awesome blog post.Really looking forward to read more. Really Cool.

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  5. Johnny
    October 5, 2011

    What an excellent text! No idea how you were able to write this report..it’d take me days. Well worth it though, I’d suspect. Have you considered selling banners on your blog?

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