Platforms part 3


Following last week’s discussion, here’s a break down of some of the more popular websites and how to use them to build an audience. Again, you have to experiment with each site to know if it works for you and no one has been successful without a unique idea and a constant stream of content. It’s important to note that being viral does not automatically equal a platform – a reliable amount of followers and high interaction is  proof of platform and what agents look for when considering new writers. No one has ever had success overnight.


Facebook is the most popular social media site with the most users, meaning the largest audience available. This can be a double-edge sword though because as more and more people join the site, it’s become less and less a “safe space” away from the annoying people in your life, so some…

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