Friday, August 26, 2011
How can I be a bigger part of Warning Signs, you ask? Well, you are here, so that's step one.
Step two is to "like" our Facebook page. You can check there for new posts and exclusive content such as poll questions and ... contests?
Yes, contests. We here at Warning Signs know that sometimes you have to give a little to get a little. So we're putting together some contests and hopefully get some great prizes to give away. If are someone in the horror biz, maybe a writer, publisher, film maker or distributor and want to sponsor a contest, visit our "make contact" page or go right to the source and email us at email@example.com.
Don't like Facebook but still want to keep in touch via social media? Follow us on Twitter @Warning_Signs31.
September and October are, naturally, gearing up to be big months. August has been our best month yet, putting us at more than 3,600 views since we started. More than 1,500 of those views have come this month. We thank you for that. Now go tell all your horror loving friends.
The next months should be full of the excellent content you have come to rely on from Warning Signs. Expect a Stephen King week centered around the prolific author's 64th birthday. October will be full of tips for home haunters, ideas for Halloween costumes, a trip to ZomBcon in Seattle and, best of all, a birthday party for your humble narrator. That's right. Yours truly was born on Halloween. Surprised?
So what do you think? Have you seen a movie, read a book or heard a band you want us to know about? Let us know (or write a review) and we'll put your name and writings on the site. Is there a theme week you want to see? We've done one vampire week and the numbers tell us it was popular. Count on seeing vampire week two in the future.
Again, none of this wold be possible without you, the readers. OK, I'd probably still be writing and still be watching all of these movies. But it's nice to have a reason to do it besides my own entertainment.
With that said, I shall end this bit of shameless self-promotion. Until next time ...
You've been warned,