Posted by Autumn Jordon Apr 10 2017, 9:00 am in author promotion, Autumn Jordon, blogs, book promotion, craft, writer's life
Recently, behind the red curtain, the question ‘if blogs are history’ came up and a great discussion followed. It’s hard for us to know the correct answer, because our brick counter tells us we have between 650 – 1000 reads a day, which is pretty awesome. And some days, only sisters comment while on others the world speaks up. This same question arose at my local writers meeting this past weekend.
Promotion is a big topic for writers, whether you’re traditionally pubbed or self-pubbed. Blog tours are still on the list of things an author must do, but should they be?
So the questions today are:
Are blogs like the Ruby Sisterhood helpful to the writing community? (Do you love the Rubies?)
Do writers see a ROI on doing blog tours?
Do readers really read blogs?
Please chime in. And if you have blogs that helped with promotion of your work, please share.