The Resource The Importance of Author Platform
- The Importance of Author Platform
- A platform generally refers to an author’s visibility and reach to a target audience: who is aware of your work, where does your work appear, and how many people see it. Examine the six components that make up most platforms, and review the requirements for various genres of writing.
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- Originally produced by The Great Courses in 2015
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- In English
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