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Similarly to finding bloggers that might review the software on their blog, we're looking for sites that review writing software and trying to find out how we can get included in their listings.
If anybody comes across any and can point me in their direction, I'd be very grateful.
Also, if you see articles reviewing other software and can mention the Novel Factory in the comments - that would be awesome!
It's not quite the same when it's us blowing our own trumpet...

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“It's extremely useful in organizing and making me think about what I write. The advice was invaluable, and the step-by-step instructions guided me extremely well through the writing process, allowing me to develop characters and plot a lot further than expected.” - See more at: http://www.novel-software.com/writingsoftwaretestimonials.aspx#sthash.0smYiFBM.dpuf
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Not exactly a review site - but many developers of different types of software that writers use have their own official threads on http://www.kboards.com/. It's a big and active forum, and many of the writers there, perhaps a good half of them, are either starting out like myself or have never published anything and could use a software like yours.

Scrivener has a thread (or two?) there, Vellum, BookReports, Dragon NaturallySpeaking, etc. etc.

I think you could use the exposure there, you can only benefit from it, rather than lose. Maybe something like an AMA (Ask Me Anything) thread about the software could do the trick. Explaining what people get and how to use it, how they could benefit from it, may garner not just exposure but also additional sales.
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Thanks for that - what a great lead!

I've started a thread - if you have a minute to add a reply to it, that would be awesome : )


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Thanks for that - what a great lead!

I've started a thread - if you have a minute to add a reply to it, that would be awesome : )



I reckon that people already have replied by now, since it's a very active place, but just in case - I'll add a reply nonetheless, since I have some experience with the software [smile]

And you're welcome.
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Changing the subject to vloggers, rather than bloggers, are you aware of the amazing youtube series about The Novel Factory made by Michael E Henderson?



This is what introduced me to the software. After watching this series of eight vids I just HAD TO HAVE IT!!

NB: his screen recording program seems to slow down TNF in the video.

Trying the software for a couple of days convinced me.

Maybe you could promote these videos more? I'm aware that you have your own youtube channel.
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