explained in 90 seconds
SHORT STORY APPLICATION ESSAY ACADEMIC PAPER POEM SCREENPLAY NOVEL CHAPTER SONG BUSINESS PROPOSAL you just wrote something...
TypeTribe has tons of readers Send out anything under 500 words for FREE
But… What if you want feedback ASAP? Or you want to target specific groups of people? Or you have a lot of questions to ask?
Say you need feedback on a 4-page essay within 24 hours from a professor a teacher and two people over 65?
To make it worth their time you offer a small fee (we recommend a minimum of $5 a person). TypeTribe gets a small %.
A query goes out to all TypeTribe readers that meet your specifications The first people to accept your offer gain access ...
If each reader completes the review on time, they get paid You rate the quality of their feedback so that the best readers...
If the reader did a bad job, let us know— we’ll reimburse their fee to you.
you Anyone can sign up for free as a TypeTribe reader— including you!
Let’s look at the big picture: You’re a first-time novelist who just finished your second draft. You need an audience. You...
You need to get your book in the hands of people who have never heard of you, like… book club members literary magazine su...
By giving their advice and feedback they’ll feel personally invested in your work.
feedback Imagine if Stephen King asked you for advice. You’d buy the book when it came out, wouldn’t you?
So cast a wide net and post to lots of readers
= They’ll be the most effective marketing dollars you’ve ever spent By paying your target audience, you’re holding them ac...
BOOKSTORE When the book comes out, simply update your readers They’ll line up to buy the book that they invested their tim...
Whether you’re trying to reach one expert a small critique group or a ton of future fans…
is your personal critical mass
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  1. 1. explained in 90 seconds
  2. 2. SHORT STORY APPLICATION ESSAY ACADEMIC PAPER POEM SCREENPLAY NOVEL CHAPTER SONG BUSINESS PROPOSAL you just wrote something you wonder if it’s good
  3. 3. TypeTribe has tons of readers Send out anything under 500 words for FREE
  4. 4. But… What if you want feedback ASAP? Or you want to target specific groups of people? Or you have a lot of questions to ask?
  5. 5. Say you need feedback on a 4-page essay within 24 hours from a professor a teacher and two people over 65?
  6. 6. To make it worth their time you offer a small fee (we recommend a minimum of $5 a person). TypeTribe gets a small %.
  7. 7. A query goes out to all TypeTribe readers that meet your specifications The first people to accept your offer gain access to your work and start reviewing
  8. 8. If each reader completes the review on time, they get paid You rate the quality of their feedback so that the best readers can be found again
  9. 9. If the reader did a bad job, let us know— we’ll reimburse their fee to you.
  10. 10. you Anyone can sign up for free as a TypeTribe reader— including you!
  11. 11. Let’s look at the big picture: You’re a first-time novelist who just finished your second draft. You need an audience. You can’t count on your blog readers, Twitter followers, and Facebook friends to buy your book.
  12. 12. You need to get your book in the hands of people who have never heard of you, like… book club members literary magazine subscribers people who buy dozens of books a year
  13. 13. By giving their advice and feedback they’ll feel personally invested in your work.
  14. 14. feedback Imagine if Stephen King asked you for advice. You’d buy the book when it came out, wouldn’t you?
  15. 15. So cast a wide net and post to lots of readers
  16. 16. = They’ll be the most effective marketing dollars you’ve ever spent By paying your target audience, you’re holding them accountable to reading your work on your schedule. And it’s completely secure.
  17. 17. BOOKSTORE When the book comes out, simply update your readers They’ll line up to buy the book that they invested their time in.
  18. 18. Whether you’re trying to reach one expert a small critique group or a ton of future fans…
  19. 19. is your personal critical mass
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