Creating Reader Engagement with Tiers

by | Jan 11, 2021

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Jan 11, 2021

Last year, Autumn rolled out a pretty unique system for organizing and encouraging engagement with her reader email list through a tiering system. Would it work for you?

We go over the details along with the pros and cons – like “Yay, readers sharing your books on social media while website stats skyrocket” to “OMG, I have to write how many emails to do this?” 🤣  Check it out and see if you find a piece that will help you reach and motivate your readers in a new way!

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Written by: Autumn

Autumn is a best selling indie author, conservationist, & world traveler with plans for many more adventures both real and fantastical! She is currently settled in the wilds of Maine with her small dragonish dog and husband, searching for a portal to another world.

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