I've never really done marketing for my work that's been published in literary journals and magazines. I used to put links to some stories up on Facebook and twitter and the like. But some of the places don't put the content on line. They will list story titles and who is in the issue, but you would have to buy the issue to read my work anyway for these ones. On the magazine websites that don't publish the content online, they do include a list of the authors and the names of the pieces. But they remain entirely print publications. Although, there are digital subscriptions available. Anyway, I'm sort of done with social media. I haven't used it in months. And I realize it's just not my thing for now at least. And I don't think it has any effect on how well already established places operate. My job here is not to sell more copies or promote such places. They seem to me doing fine with that without me. I think the only self promotion I'll do is in my bio where I list previous publications and credentials. That's going to have to me enough. I'm not looking to do more, and I'm not sure there's even much more to do. Do you market or promote your work that gets published in the literary journals and magazines? How do you do it, and what is really the point? Especially, if they are print or require a subscription to read anyway. I'm at the stage where I really don't care about an online presence. Sure, I've got a lot of stuff that can be found online if someone wanted to look for it, But I feel like I'm more focused of building and maintaining a strong publishing history than getting my name out there to the general public. I feel like just publishing in certain places gets your name out there to the industry players I might want to take notice of my name. I really don't want a website or social media. Even when my novel comes out, I still don't want those things. Are any of you like me and thinking, to hell with marketing? I feel like my efforts are better spent writing.