Twittering, if not blogging

While I am unable to maintain regular blogging routine, I am restarting twittering. For the time being you can get quick updates –

And hey, if you haven’t yet voted for us at TATA NEN Hottest startup contest, please, please do so now. If you get us in top 30, we get some free PR, which we can very well use at this stage.

You can vote online as well as by mobile.

SMS HOT<space>171 to 56767 and for online voting go to

You can do both 🙂

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About Jaya

Jaya Jha is an entrepreneur, a techie, a writer and a poet. She was born and brought up in various towns of Bihar and Jharkhand. A graduate of IIT Kanpur and IIM Lucknow, she realized early on that the corporate world was not her cup of tea. In 2008, she started, one of the first print-on-demand publishing platform in India. She currently lives in Bangalore and divides her time between writing and working on her company's latest product InstaScribe ( with a vision to make it the best e-book creation tool. Blog: Twitter: @jayajha Facebook:

3 thoughts on “Twittering, if not blogging

  1. i understand things change with time.but twittering at the cost of blogging? n why do i vote for you?
    abhi sms karta hoon main wait….now this site looks peaceful.thank God!i m also twittering but not useful for me.

  2. okz so u r the person behind i read abt it on

    agree that it’s a good start-up u have. it will be gr8 to see our writings on print. also for me, it will give me a chance to reach my offline audience.

    but i do not strongly feel that your business model is viable. don’t b offended at me saying this. Although u people are experienced, i also have some solutions at the end. here’s y ur business model is not as viable:

    who do u think wl go for self-publishing?
    -one who has been rejected by traditional publishing houses
    -one who doesn’t want to go thru all that grind and self-publishes his book on, just for the sake of excitement

    so what we get?
    -rejected content, which may be defective
    -content by freelancers, which again may not be of the same standards as set by print until now.

    What does it mean?
    the print media is flooded with below par content. already the Online media is polluted with such below par content. and now the print.

    what u at can do?
    -u can connect with some publishers and say to your target audience that some select manuscripts will be published. this way the quality of books submitted on ur website will be better.(i m nt sure but there was a recent start-up in this segment that was playing the middle-man between writer and publisher. u too can, while sticking with ur original model)

    -also u will have to keep a track of what content are your users getting published. may be they r publishing something obscene or controversial. I hope your in-house editors are doing this.

    hope u find this of some use. and plz don’t get offended at me giving u tips

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