By May of 2017, the cry for additional services was so great she added professional services for authors who were self-publishing or wanted to pitch to another publishing house.
In May of 2017, WMP released it’s first two titles in four formats. By October 2017 WMP had surpassed all initial goals, web traffic was up, submissions were flowing in and the flourishing company had 9 titles in 30 formats with 12 more titles in the production process.
With production running smoothly WMP set out to develop a marketing plan for each title and author. Their strategy encompassed progressive publicity and an innovative ongoing outreach program into multiple platforms with a strong emphasis on online exposure and niche markets.
In August 2017, WMP launched its Facebook page and by September had signed authors in multiple countries making WMP an international publisher.
In October 2017, WMP kicked off the first of many Book Writing Contests. The company is using the contest to meet authors in all genres. Word of mouth soon set Facebook aflame with news of the contest and the response was nothing short of phenomenal. Door for entries will close on December 31, 2017, with winners announced in January 2018.
Immediately after the launch of the Book Writing Contest the company website had to be expanded to handle the traffic.
As WMP grew the Founder and CEO didn’t forget her promise to treat authors right, in fact, she still works closely with each author and strives to answer all incoming submissions and emails personally. She even helps the authors build their websites when the developers are busy.
Determined to continue to grow at a steady sustainable rate WMP has many projects in the makings for helping each WMP author maximize their sales and advance their writing careers.
WMP is seeking authors from all genres and welcomes your submissions and the CEO promises you will never receive a harsh rejection slip. If WMP cannot publish your book you will be told why in a respectful manner.