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Establishing yourself in "Regular" and NSFW communities

You can if you're small. My spouse is going through a similar issue. He is writing a 5 year arc (issue 2 of 20 just came out!) of his own creation, a 17+ (eq to NC-17) superhero comic book with some ...
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Building A Community Around Your Pseudonym or Alias

What makes you think you need any "boundaries" between usernames? Usernames are free. As in "don't cost nothin'". Who cares if one "person" has 1 username, or 100? So long as the behavior of each ...
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Strategies for keeping multiple platforms in sync?

In the first instance I'd look at seeing if I could automate the process of posting the same content to several sites and the process of posting announcements. This may mean that you have to change ...
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Twitter Accounts | Single topic, or multiple topics in one account?

Practically this same question was asked (but in reverse) a few days ago. Quoting from myself therein: Usernames are free. As in "don't cost nothin'". Who cares if one "person" ...
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Building A Community Around Your Pseudonym or Alias

I would recommend that the accounts be kept strictly separate. On the private account you might want to share private stories, but the community is only interested in the niche. On the other hand, ...
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Why is Twitter's 1000-follows-per-day limit ignored for some accounts, but not for others?

Twitter states: Twitter's technical follow limits: Every account can follow 5,000 users total. Once you've followed 5,000 users, there are limits to the number of additional users you can follow. ...
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