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This, my friends, is my group list on Facebook, essentially, with the personal groups cut out. It’s not at all comprehensive of what’s out there Facebook wise. Once again, I am not casting any judgment on any of these groups as to their effectiveness or responsiveness, just putting these out there for informational purposes only.
There are probably more than these. MANY MORE. Dig around for yourself, as well. x
Obviously, you’re going to want to determine whether each group is right for your book at whatever time. Check out each group for the number of members it has, the focus of the group, whether they allow promos for only certain price points, and/or how active it is or how active it expects you to be. I am active on some of these groups, some I am not, again, it depends on the purpose and atmosphere of the group.
Caveat: Before you join/post to a group make sure you read said group’s RULES. Failure to follow those rules may see you booted from the group and/or publicly humiliated and shamed for the rest of your life. And you don’t want that.
Caveat #2: There’s a thin line between promo and spam. 🙂
With no further ado, here is the list, below the cut (pardon the weird formatting, it happens):
Ok friends. As promised. Here’s a list of some of the FREE OR SEMI-FREE book listing sites I’ve come across over the past few months. I will update this as I encounter more.
Some of these have gotten me quite a few hits, some have not, but I’m not here to praise or bury Caesar, just to get the info out there.
NEXT, hopefully, I’ll list a bunch of Facebook pages for author pimpageness. Sooooooon.
So I’ll make with the first list. Here goes:
THIS is the mother of all listing sites — a listing site that contains a s*it ton of other listing sites within it:
And here are others:
http://www.worldliterarycafe.com (SPECIFICALLY the Indie Kindle, Facebook Like and Twitter Follow tools – very valuable)
(the obvious) http://www.goodreads.com
ADDED June 2015:
http://www.thefussylibrarian.com/ (not free, but very helpful)