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  1. Alexander.Hollins (Member)

    Posted 8 years ago

    Uber, I'm dealing with the same issue, in terms of trying to have multiple stories off a single website. My main tactics at this point are to link each story back to the primary website. (yeah, I know, stick spear basic...) Later, like, once we have a couple more authors and at least 4 total stories being updated, is an ad box on each one that rotates through different stories on the site, similar to the keen box that was all over for forever and a day.

  2. ubersoft (Member)

    Posted 8 years ago

    Hi Alexander,

    There's definitely a lot more stuff you have to keep track of than I do. I don't envy the task. When I first considered doing this a guy I know asked if I wanted to collaborate on a site with him, and ultimately I decided it would just be easier to go it alone. The Keen box idea is interesting. It was enormously helpful for my comic when I was on Keenspot, I wonder how it will translate over to fiction...

    Curveball (Updating)
    A Rake by Starlight (Updating)
  3. Alexander.Hollins (Member)

    Posted 8 years ago

    Heh, tell me about it. If that friend would still like a collaborater, feel free to send him my way.
    I'm very interested in finding out myself how effective it would be. I've noticed that PW adds seem to be working pretty well, same as they did with webcomics. If nothing else, the idea of a network is good. I keep meaning to add a "Friends of DreamFantastic" section for good stories that aren't updating through us. Or a link exchange, or something.


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