Posted this on the other thread, but maybe it's better here. The very first section of your FAQ requires exclusivity through the platform. I'm not going to claim to be the voice of all here, but I know how hard we've worked to build our sites and reader bases, so that's a requirement that will drive a whole lot of us off before we even looked at the site.
So I guess the pertinent out of that question is how committed are you to that rule?
For those who couldn't see the FAQ, here's the section I'm referencing:
Q: Does my story have to be exclusive to Radish?
still full retain ownership of your work. We merely ask that you do not upload your work on another
free site during the time your story is being serialised on Radish, plus an additional 90 days after the
story is completed. If you are approached by a publisher, you are free to sell the book to them (or
release it as an e-book, or put it on another website) after the 90 days are up.
be more likely to be converted into paying readers.
A story where the first seven chapters can be posted anywhere else (ie. fanfiction.net, Wattpad, etc),
but from chapter 8 onwards, just a three-paragraph teaser (or less) per chapter can be. Please
remember that the work should remain exclusive to Radish for 90 days after the work is completed.
We studied the likes of Kindle Unlimited and the Wattpad Featured Stories program, and spoke to
publishing industry lawyers, and chose a 90-day period as that was at the shorter end of the average