Is a “Personal Relationship” with Authors What Readers Want?

I stumbled across this blog post from another site I love – The Passive Voice
I spent my time reading the article nodding my head and muttering, “Yes, yes exactly!”
I don’t want to invade your life. I don’t want you to invade mine. I want to write interesting things that the people stumbling across my blog will enjoy reading.

My mailing list doesn’t market, it forwards what I post which is 9 times out of 10 new fiction with occasional things like this.

I hope I never annoy you if you’ve joined my mailing list, I want to write things you’ll enjoy, not invade your private space.

You really should click through to this article, it’s a good read – Ed
Is a “Personal Relationship” with Authors What Readers Want?

by Anne R. Allen

The latest trend in online marketing is building a “personal relationship” with customers and readers. Sending newsy emails about your fab summer vacation isn’t enough anymore. Now you have to ask them about their fab summer vacations.

This is supposed to let readers know you really care about them.

Does it?

Speaking as a reader, that would be a…not so much.

You really should read this post At Anne Allen’s blog

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