Yes, very true! This sites are very good and bring in a portion of traffic to my site. I'm pretty much on every webcomic index site out there with Oops. I've never thought about offering rewards for ranks, so that's a very cool idea. Comic Basement, Comic Fix, and Comixology are two others I'm also on. Though the last two sites are more like store front sites.
Belfry webcomics is an awesome site! I get a good size of traffic from them as well. I've totally neglected getting involved in their community. It'd probably be a wise idea to do that especially on a site that I get attention from. lol Thanks for reminding me of that.
I just learned what a mirror site is. lol Had to look that up. For people that didn't know either:
A Web site that is a replica of an already existing site, used to reduce network traffic (hits on a server) or improve the availability of the original site. Mirror sites are useful when the original site generates too much traffic for a single server to support.
I haven't tried Inkblazers yet. I keep hearing a lot about it. So I'll have to actually look into it and consider it. Smackjeeves and Comicfury are slowly building up but it's painfully slow. I've known other people that have more success their, but those just might not be the most active sites for my comic. I'll still keep them as another place for new readers to see Oops but I'm probably going to keep my attention on other sites instead.
This is awesome! I've never heard of these sites before, I'll have to look into these. "Each one has their own rules" are they like Reddit.com?
Agreed! I'm pretty much on every social media site too, updating and posting consistently. It's been a very useful way to update readers that follow me on social media when a new page has posted and a link to the page. SM communities are also very awesome great ways to promote, interact, chat with like minded people.
Never heard of iftt.com before, so another good site for me to look into. I've used Hootsuit a few times, but I felt like I was fighting with the site more than it actually doing some good. I wasn't able to link all my SM profiles to the site and I had to tweak each individual post to fall inline with Twitter constraints or FB or Tumblr. blah. Sounds like iftt.com might be a better alternative.
Agreed! I've contacted a few already. Most of them are super bogged down and busy so I'm still waiting on replies but yes! Reviewers are a great asset!
This is awesome info! And I love your Teddy comic. XD