potential inactive followers

Created over 3 years ago by Ricardo Henriquez with 3 comments
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Self G. R. Paskoff · Author · added over 3 years ago
I can’t speak for all but I’m fairly new to the Inkshares community. I can only say, that while I’ve found the support to be excellent there are so many social media sites for an aspiring author to market to that it demands a lot of time. I’m on a few and because of forces beyond my control in both my work and personal life it is difficult for me to keep up with all of them all the time. I am sure others are continually searching for that golden website that does it all for them.
Cxh300 Christopher Huang · Author · edited over 3 years ago · 1 like
It’s not always easy to tell. I generally assume that anyone who has not actually done anything themselves in over two months must have left; but a couple of times I’ve noticed people suddenly popping in again after five months of radio silence to back a book ... and, I don’t know, maybe disappearing again.
10492145 10152537787574467 5636434093663626414 n Ricardo Henriquez · Author · edited over 3 years ago · 1 like
I was thinking (which is a dangerous thing) many of us refer on our readers updates to the  large number of followers who have not ordered our book. I have been part of the Inkshares community for a while now, and I have noticed that tnumber has not changed significantly in a while (I have over 150) I know that many followers are fellow authors who follow you just with the hope that you would follow back and order their book and have no intentions of pre-ordering yours(which I get). But I wonder how many of those are authors/readers who joined Inkshares and then changed their mind about it and are just not on the site at all. Just wondering, if there is a way to know and maybe clean up so we can have a more accurate sense of potential buyers, specially during the funding period. since we don’t get analytics regarding how many people receive and open our updates I am curious. thanks!