Guest Week In May

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  1. DrewHayes (Member)

    Posted 1 year ago

    Okay, email has gone out. If anyone didn't get it please let me know at so I can get the info over to you.

    Super Powereds & Corpies
  2. LEErickson (Member)

    Posted 1 year ago

    You probably won't see this for a few days, because hopefully you are blissfully up to your neck in sunshine and fancy drinks with umbrellas. But for when you get back: Thank you for the guest post slot! Since my post went live last night, I've had an influx of readers to Crowmakers, some nice splash-over to my other sites, and even a few additions to my fledgling mailing list. I've linked to your site where I can, although I doubt I'll drive as much new traffic to your site as you have to mine. Your generosity is much appreciated!

  3. Alexander.Hollins (Member)

    Posted 1 year ago

    Serialists for the assisted win!

  4. Walter (Member)

    Posted 1 year ago

    Writers helping writers!

  5. mathtans (Member)

    Posted 1 year ago

    Just thought I'd echo LE Erickson. My site simply doesn't get over 100 page views in a day; it's happened twice in the last year, once after a guest post at Jim's site, once after Tartra posted her review. Last week, Wednesday through Saturday were ALL 100+ on page views, including a new top day which more than triples my previous. All told, there were 131 referrals in from Drew's site, giving me my first month breaking 1,000 views. And it seems like at least a half dozen of the visitors made it as far as T&T Book 2. So thanks, Drew.

    If anyone wants to check out the posts, find them here: The one by MaddiroseX in particular seems to have gained a lot of traction. (I can understand that, it definitely raised my eyebrows.)

    Also, just to keep anyone from getting too envious or self-conscious, my next vote-for-plot serial still has only 9 views and 6 votes on the post. The link's at the top of the T&T index (and in my last post, and on Twitter, and my Facebook...), in case anyone feels like getting in on the ground floor of that. (I'm closing the voting at the end of the month, to have a few days to write.)

    Writing a Time Travel serial:
    Writer of the personification of math serial:
  6. Jim Zoetewey (Moderator)

    Posted 1 year ago

    It's definitely had an effect on my stats, but more delayed than I would have expected. When my story appeared, I had two days that were within the realm of normal--2500 page views or so on Thursday and Friday. On Sunday though, my site hit 3200 page views, and on Monday: 5200. Today it's been 4500 and still climbing.

    Apparently people had time to read on Memorial Day.

    In any case, thanks again Drew.

  7. Chrysalis (Member)

    Posted 1 year ago

    @Jim - very nice results, awesome!

    Drew rocks. <3

    Anathema, a web serial about the effect superpowers would have on our world.
  8. MaddiroseX (Member)

    Posted 1 year ago

    Just echoing the "Drew-is-amazing" sentiment here <3 my site view-average saw a bump of about a thousand pageviews on the day my story was posted.

    Even nicer was some of the feedback from your lovely readers, Drew; it's made me seriously consider taking the standalone short I wrote for this guest week and expanding it into a full novel...

    Spurs & Seraphim (ongoing) | Beta Key (complete) | Twisted Cogs (complete) | Orbital Academy (complete)
  9. Blaise Corvin (Member)

    Posted 1 year ago

    I got some more page views on my site which is great. I really want to share my story with people who can't afford or buy the published versions.

    KU will eventually force me to sunset my site, so the more people can read my work until then, the better.

    Visit my site, I have punch and pie.
    I also have two stories: Delvers LLC and The Crimson Artifice. :)


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