14 votes

Let's design an ad for our site

Before we think about visuals or text, we need to have a message. "Message" doesn't mean an elevator pitch or an ad blurb--that comes later. First we need to know what we have to offer and who we're ...
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Let's design an ad for our site

@CreationEdge created this image for me, over in Mos Eisley: Note: This is specifically for SFF. The other sites will have their own. This has been posted over at meta.sff.
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10 votes

Submit your literature reviews to our Tumblr!

List of all reviews on the Tumblr page Rachel Rising by Terry Moore, 22 July 2017, Gallifreyan The Fifth Head of Cerberus by Gene Wolfe, 12 August 2017, Rand al'Thor Good Omens, by Terry Pratchett ...
10 votes

How not to publicise SE Literature

Thank you for indirectly informing me that the quote I chose was from a Nazi sympathiser. I had no idea - I was just looking for nice and apt quotes to advertise Literature, without checking the ...
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10 votes

Let's design an ad for our site

Based on my thoughts shared last week, here's an ad! The text version uses handwriting kindly contributed by our own kristan. And a blank version for folks to customise with their own tagline: (...
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8 votes
Accepted

Requesting permission to use the site logo as the Twitter account's profile pic

It's really cool that you want to do this, but unfortunately we can't let you use the site logo for the account. The reasoning comes down to the way current trademark rules work. I won't belabor that ...
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8 votes

Let's design an ad for our site

How about something with famous literary quotations in it? A sample, which took me about 5 minutes and should probably not be considered "finished":
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Submit your literature reviews to our Tumblr!

I'd love to participate in submitting reviews to the blog. However, I have the following two questions before I make up my mind: Who owns the copyright to the content being published on the blog? I ...
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5 votes

Let's design an ad for our site

A close up of a well-studied book. I'm imagining a tight close-up of a book, with all signs that somebody has been studying it and marking it up -- a highlighted passage; a note scribbled in the ...
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Literature now has a community-maintained Twitter account!

Woohoo! Thank you for setting this up; I was planning on doing it myself, but you got to it first ;) However, I'd recommend documenting exactly how this works. Who exactly can post tweets in the ...
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Promoting the site outside of the Stack Exchange network

Some ideas (to be expanded on later) ... Post ads on other forums. Someone already did this for Lit while it was still in Area 51. We can design a new description of the site, preferably something ...
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2 votes

Promote our site and earn a Booster badge or a Publicist badge!

First Ten to a Get a Publicist Badge Kate Gregory (12 March 2017: How do we know Humpty Dumpty was an egg?) Mithical (29 July 2018: What is Hobbes?) ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
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Promote our site and earn a Booster badge or a Publicist badge!

First Ten to a Get a Booster Badge Kate Gregory (12 March 2017: How do we know Humpty Dumpty was an egg?) Mithical (5 April 2017: What is Hobbes?) ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
2 votes

Design a profile picture for our Twitter account!

An initial letter S with a beautiful miniature painting of a chronicler writing in a desk. I suggested this in chat as an alternative to images with just a letter L. The image comes from Képes ...
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2 votes

Design a profile picture for our Twitter account!

I like @Hamlet's idea of an L, but I think that it would be a better idea if we had a magnifying glass, magnifying perhaps the word 'Lit'. This implies that we're about going into depth and analysis. ...
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Let's design an ad for our site

How about this quote by Neil Gaiman: A book is a dream that you hold in your hands It even has a nice matching image: Click for full resolution I learned about this quote from Did Neil Gaiman ...
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