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How to Track AO3 Fanfiction Statistics Using Google Analytics – FAN/FIC Magazine
Tracking your statistics on AO3 can provide a lot of basic information about how your fic is being received. Indeed, hit counts, kudos, bookmarks, comments, and subscriptions are all well and good. But what if you want more insight into the specific behavioural patterns of your readers?
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yesterday by eevilalice
Pselkie by song_of_staying
Psmith, Mike|Psmith. Mike meets Psmith, a magical variation. // 6K. As Mike gradually comes to understand, Psmith is a creature, others are eager to take advantage, Mike is unwilling to let them. To the rescue! I really dug au's prosaic approach to a magical AU. But there needs to be more -- it cuts off to soon, imho.
Mike’s train was delayed because of the strike organized by the Society of His Majesty’s Palm-readers. These public servants, having pooled their collective prophetic power, found that they were dissatisfied with their current and future wages, so they took matters into their own hands. On a good day, Mike was sympathetic to the plight of the common man. But it was in no way a good day. When Mike finally arrived to Sedleigh, several hours late and bored beyond endurance, he most uncharitably spat 'charlatans!' at the general crowd.
fandom  Psmith  gen  pair:RupertPsmith/MikeJackson  AU  ref:pastiche  ref:teenagers  ref:H/C  ref:magic  ref:selkie  ref:banter  au:song_of_staying  fandom:Psmith  fandom:PGWodehouse 
6 days ago by zhena
Twitter
Look at this! I wrote an article about maker and and and (duh) and now you…
feminism  pedagogy  podcasting  fandom  from twitter_favs
8 days ago by roens
What Happens Next: A Gallimaufry | fanfic & fandom posts
A list of links to Foz Meadow's articles on fandom and fan lifestyle
article  fandom 
11 days ago by elm1223
Why did fans leave LiveJournal, and where will they go after Tumblr?
"For as long as there’s been an internet, fans have used it to connect with like-minded fans, first through fledgling services like Usenet and email lists, and more recently, on sites like Tumblr and the fan fiction hub Archive of Our Own. The internet may change, but Star Wars fans stay Star Wars fans. (Alas.)"
article  fandom  media  internet 
13 days ago by programmedradly
Rob Halford of Judas Priest handcuffs himself to Andy Warhol, 1979 | Dangerous Minds
After playing a gig in 1979 at the Palladium in New York, Judas Priest would meet Andy Warhol after a second late-night show at the Mudd Club. According to Halford’s recollection of the evening now nearly 40 years ago, Warhol came backstage after the band had finished their set. Halford engaged the artist in conversation, or so he thought noting that it seemed that Warhol was fond of responding to his queries with only two words; “Oh?” and “Really?” This prompted Halford to have a little fun with Andy by removing his famous handcuffs from his belt and clasping one of them onto Warhol’s wrist and the other to his. Then Harford broke the “bad news” to Andy that he didn’t know where the keys for his handcuffs were to which Warhol coyly replied, “Oh really?”
metal  warhol  fandom  bdsm 
13 days ago by StJohnBosco
Why did fans leave LiveJournal, and where will they go after Tumblr?
Fandom is fragmented. As we’ve moved across all these platforms, we lose people, it’s less tight-knit than it was, but I think this is also because fandom is so much bigger than what it was.
meta  fandom 
16 days ago by ofjustimagine
Why did fans leave LiveJournal, and where will they go after Tumblr? | Slate
Because the RUSSIAN MAFIA. Although it's interesting to see that that isn't the sole cause, and the rise in Dreamwidth doesn't directly correlate with LJ's specific fuckups. I gots questions about some of the methodology here, but there's plenty that's interesting.
fandom  blogging  socialmedia  dataisbeautiful  internet  socialnetworking  millennials  #getoffmylawn 
16 days ago by gominokouhai
Meet Ryan North, Writer on Bravest Warriors - Frederator Studios
What do you consider your finest accomplishment?

I would like to go to two places: Antarctica and space. I sell plush T-Rexes from Dinosaur Comics at topatoco.com/qwantz, and some AMAZING READERS brought him to both the South Pole, and the edge of space. It is a weird feeling to be jealous of a fictional character you created, but it’s a good one. And I’m gonna take all the credit for T-Rex’s accomplishments here, even though I had nothing to do with them.
fandom  comics 
17 days ago by StJohnBosco

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