Three Tips New Writers Can Do To Get Your Other Posts Read

Just a few examples of things I’ve done that have worked for me.

Krista Bennett
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If you are a new writer, a big part of improvement comes with sharing your work for critique and feedback. So it’s important when you’re starting out to get your work out there.

One caveat, though, is when you’re new and no one knows you, you may accumulate a long list of posts, articles, or books that no one has ever read.

If you’re publishing daily or a few times a week, real gems can get lost in the accumulating pile, and I wanted to figure out a way to get them back up into the public eye.

The Power of the Pinned Post

Did you know you can pin five posts to the top of your profile page? They will show up as the first five posts people see when they click on your page or any links to your page.

I always pin my most recent post in the first three pinned posts so that when people click on a link that sends them to my profile to read the post, they see it quickly, but they also see my other top two pinned posts, and I hope they give those a read too.

How to pin a post to the top of your page:

  • Click on the three dots next to the download icon on…

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