Scott Sind has launched a new Kickstarter campaign this week to help raise funds to launches new writeHackr digital magazine which has been created specifically for authors, bloggers, copywriters & content marketers.
The writeHackr offers a digital magazine that professional writers will help create for professional writers to read, watch the video below to learn more about this new digital magazine and the inspiration behind it.
Scott Sind the creator of writeHackr explains more :
There are a few reasons I feel it’s time for a fresh take on the topic. One, there aren’t that many out there specifically by and for writers, for people who make their living working with words. There are a ton of excellent literary magazines and genre magazines out there. And the big players are still around—Writer’s Digest, The Writer, Poets & Writers. Plus you have trade magazines that cover things like marketing and advertising, but that don’t specifically cater to writers.
I felt there was an opportunity to bring the entire writing community together—authors of fiction and non-fiction, copywriters, bloggers, and content marketers—to learn from each other and pass along the transferrable skills from each discipline.
In this day and age we’re all marketers to an extent. Authors need to build platforms just as much as startups need customers and bloggers need readers. Experts need to put butts in seats, fill rooms, and sell programs.
That’s what writeHackr Magazine is all about.
For more information on the new writeHackr jump over to the Kickstarter website for details and to make a pledge for $25 for a years subscription following the link below.
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