How can we further distinguish ourselves and establish our niche within the vast market of literary magazines – an effort that can lead to increased readership and submissions? In the article “The Submitter’s Dilemma” for The Review Review, Becky Tush addresses writers about how to choose the “right magazine,” amongst 3,000+, to submit to. We want to be the “right magazine,” so here are some ideas about how we can achieve this status and build our brand:
-Plan THEME ISSUES.
- Coherently highlight magazine's THEME.
- Include CONTRIBUTORS' BIOS, INTERVIEWS, CONTESTS, BOOK REVIEWS, TOP TENS LISTS, etc.
-Use SOCIAL MEDIA to follow journals on Twitter, friend them on Facebook, etc.
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