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Auction #4: Ad Post and Sidebar Ad at Writer Unboxed

https://i0.wp.com/writerunboxed.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/use.jpg?r... 300w, https://i0.wp.com/writerunboxed.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/use.jpg?r... 768w, https://i0.wp.com/writerunboxed.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/use.jpg?w... 836w" sizes="(max-width: 525px) 100vw, 525px" data-recalc-dims="1" />Have a novel or writing-related service you’d like to promote on Writer Unboxed? Bid on this package and receive a traditional two-week ad run at Writer Unboxed, along with our more experimental “ad post,” to be pushed out to our feed and email readers.
More about the ad
Writer Unboxed receives thousands of hits daily. This means thousands of potential eyes on your ad—the eyes of serious writers who are also avid readers.
More about the ad post
https://i0.wp.com/writerunboxed.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/Screen-Sh... 150w, https://i0.wp.com/writerunboxed.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/Screen-Sh... 525w, https://i0.wp.com/writerunboxed.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/Screen-Sh... 588w" sizes="(max-width: 298px) 100vw, 298px" data-recalc-dims="1" />In addition to our site’s traffic, WU has over 7,000 subscribers on Feedly and reaches over 5,000 email subscribers. We’ve recently begun experimenting with ad posts and have learned that they may be our most powerful offering. We’ll rejigger our ad menu in the coming months to offer more ad posts, but in the meantime you can win this perk for yourself.
Here are a few examples of recent ad posts that have done well by our advertisers, to give you a sense of what this may look like for you:

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  • If you’re unable to create an ad, we will work with you to do so, at no additional charge to you.
  • We will also work with you in order to create an appropriate ad post for our audience, and for your product or service.
  • There are no limits on the sidebar ad; it can run any time, though it may appear in the right sidebar if an ad is already scheduled for the left sidebar. The ad post will be scheduled on an open Sunday during your ad run, if possible.
  • This offer will be good through the end of 2019.

Between the sidebar ad and the ad post, your novel or writing-related service will receive a significant uptick in attention. What is that worth to you?
BID ON WU’s SIDEBAR AD/AD POST COMBO BELOW IN COMMENTS
MINIMUM BID $50
AUCTION CLOSES AT 8 P.M. EST ON SATURDAY, MAY 11TH
HIGH BID WINS
SERIOUS BIDDERS ONLY PLEASE

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About Writer Unboxed began as a collaboration between Therese Walsh and Kathleen Bolton in 2006. Since then the site has grown to include ~50 regular contributors--including bestselling authors and industry leaders--and frequent guests.

In 2014, the first Writer Unboxed UnConference (part UNtraditional conference, part intensive craft event, part networking affair) was held in Salem, MA. Learn more about our 2019 event, ESCAPE TO WuNDERLAND, on Eventbrite.

In 2016, the Writer Unboxed team published a book with Writer's Digest. AUTHOR IN PROGRESS: A No-Holds-Barred Guide to What It Really Takes to Get Published has been well-received by readers who seek help in overcoming the hurdles faced at every step of the novel-writing process--from setting goals, researching, and drafting to giving and receiving critiques, polishing prose, and seeking publication. James Scott Bell has said of the guide, "Nourishment for the writer's soul and motivation for the writer's heart."

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"I wrote the rest of The Innocents Abroad in sixty days and I could have added a fortnight's labor with the pen and gotten along without the letters altogether. I was very young in those days, exceedingly young, marvelously young, younger than I am now, younger than I shall ever be again, by hundreds of years. I worked every night from eleven or twelve until broad daylight in the morning, and as I did 200,000 words in the sixty days, the average was more than 3,000 words a day- nothing for Sir Walter Scott, nothing for Louis Stevenson, nothing for plenty of other people, but quite handsome for me. In 1897, when we were living in Tedworth Square, London, and I was writing the book called Following the Equator, my average was 1,800 words a day; here in Florence (1904) my average seems to be 1,400 words per sitting of four or five hours."
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