Embracing Rafflecopter

For over a year, I watched as fellow authors launched Rafflecopter giveaways on their blogs and Facebook pages. I even participated in several of those giveaways and was pleasantly surprised by the increase in FB likes and Twitter followers. Friends encouraged me to launch my own Rafflecopter, but I hesitated and produced a litany of excuses, among them:

I don’t have a new book to launch.

I’m too busy with edits.

It looks a lot of work and follow-up on my part.

I’ll let the blog tour company deal with all of that.

To be truthful, I just didn’t want to deal with one more new thing in my life. Content to drift, I had the reverse of the Shiny Object Syndrome.

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2 responses to “Embracing Rafflecopter

  1. Joanne – this totally resonates with me. All the same excuses – the biggest being – I just can’t learn another new tech skill right now! Good to know I’m not alone.

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