39233Re: [podcasters] Re: Suggestions for subscriber prizes?
- Aug 15, 2009It was 12 Aug 2009, when writerpatrick commented:
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "kscolligan" <kscolligan@...> wrote: > >Along with my storytelling podcast and audiobooks, I also do a music
> Hi all, > > We just added userpoints on WellToldTales.com. Post a comment,
> get 5 points. Post a short story or video, get 25 points, etc. > > Any
> other ideas for prizes? Have any other podcasts doled out prizes with any
> level of success?
> A cheap prize could be something like a bookmark. You could have a bunch of
> bookmarks printed up and send them out in regular envelopes.
> Another possiblity is to create your own anthology of the winners. You
> could send it around to publishers to see if they're interested, and if not
> you could use something like Lulu to publish it yourself. It costs nothing
> if you just publish it as an e-book, although they charge a reasonable fee
> for an ISBN number if you want to publish it as a POD on Amazon. It just
> might take a year before you have enough material, but the revenues (if
> there's much) could be used to help support the podcast.
podcast, and was recently asked by Ariel Publicity if I wanted any CDs
from their artists to give away as prizes and such. If their artists have
music that suits your podcast's style, play a bit of it with appropriate
attribution and links, and you have your prizes. Should work.
grizzly at grizzlysgrowls dot com
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