The library was completely ransacked when the zombie outbreak happened. A bunch of local students and their families headed there for protection, but someone who got through the door was already infected. When they died and turned, it was complete carnage – dozens of people were locked inside with monsters of their nightmares. No one survived.
The clean-up here might take some time, but luckily, we’re working on it. Eventually, when it opens again, it will be a place not just for checking out books (though we may be able to find some that aren’t splattered in blood around here), it will be a community place for lots of different resources. If you need help or advice, the library is where you want to go.
How the Library Works:
The library isn’t quite open yet, but this mini-blog within Blog Zombies will be a place where you can find reviews of other products on the market for bloggers, social media professionals, internet marketers, and writers.
I’ll get the ball rolling with some products that I’ve personally tried out, but the great thing about the library is that you, as a Blog Zombies member, get to be part of the library as well! Not only will it be a place where you can read reviews, but it also a place where you can write reviews. It’s not just about sharing your opinion, either. When you write a review here as part of the Blog Zombies library, you get to use your affiliate link, so it’s a chance for you to make some money as well. They library will be available for all readers, not just members (so, more opportunity to make some money), but only members will be able to post here.
Let’s be honest, though…most of the members here are also bloggers, and you’re probably writing reviews on your own blog. You want to direct people there, not here. I’m a blogger myself, so I totally get it. So…if you post a review on your own blog, you can post a little one-paragraph teaser here with a link back there instead of a full review. The library is about helping out one another with awesome advice, no matter where it is posted.
I hope that you’re as excited for the library to open as I am! (ETA is January 2012)