Reddit has some erotic literature oriented subs. Some have explicit rules against advertising or selling, but some (I think there's one called sexsells) are specifically aimed at people selling online sexual services (webcam performers, authors of erotica, clips4sale store producers, etc).
Get involved in a community like that. Don't just spam though, cultivate a presence. You're marketing your work, you need to create a consistent brand and put in some heavy lifting to cultivate a fan/buyer base. Once you are established in those communities, offer community-specific discounts (a coupon code you only post on that particular forum or subreddit for example) to create a feeling of connection, specialness, exclusivity, and give back a bit to the community that is providing an outlet for your work. Look at how camgirls market themselves. A lot of the women posting on reddit subs like /gonewild/ are camgirls; they spend a lot of time sharing bits of free content (ie, nudity). There's a woman who posts gifs on a breast expansion sub who has a porn site that caters to those kinds of fetishes.
I would recommend, if you're a small-scale DIY purveyor, to find a niche. Look at the most successful Clips4Sale stores and see what they sell. Mark's Head Bobbers and Hand Jobbers is big and he does lotso of ruined orgasms, edging, etc.... much different than the roided out blowbangs with fake moaning you see coming out of the San Fernando Valley even though he works with a lot of mainstream porn girls. SexySaffron always pops up in reddit porn boards, whether it's cumshot boards or breast expansion to share free gifs and occasionally link back to her website. A lot of successful small-scale porn caters to fetishes and content you won't see on Brazzers or PornPros: ball-busting, femdom, breast expansion, ruined orgasms, edging, JOI... There are a million porn girls out at someone's finger tips so why would I pay for X or Y Girl's clips4sale clips? Because she's offering something that is difficult or impossible to find elsewhere. It may not be as polished and professional as Elegant Angel content but: a) it doesn't matter because it's unique content that EA doesn't offer; and b) that amateur feel can be part of the charm, make it more "real".
I would also like to echo the suggestion for better covers. But it's not so much the design of the cover as the title. That is just a messy mouthful. You might as well call it Taming a Naughty New Bride Part One-B of 10: Reconnoitering With My Promiscuous But Legal High School Senior Step-Daughter and Maybe One Of Her Friends for all the words you got crammed in there. You need something snappy.
You spoke in a derogatory fashion about the woman who wrote 50 Shades but here's the thing: she got a book published that sold millions of copies and was made into a movie and you're asking 99chan for tips on selling your incest erotica. Obviously she got something right that you are missing. Obviously her book had the marketing power of a publishing house behind it and you're going DIY, but what she still had to do something those publishers knew was sellable, something that would click with a lot of people. First of all, I think her book is the perfect mix of edgy and safe, and it does a great job - like most ballza erotica - of tapping into neurosis and repressed fantasies. But it's also got a snappy set of titles. There's wordplay in the first one, then the next few are snappy variations of that title: 50 Shades of Grey, 50 Shades Darker, 50 Shades Free or whatever they are (not bothering to google because you get the point).
As far as what your title implies, I think you've got it backwards: why would I want to read about some guy taming his wicked wife? I want to hear him helping his tame wife break free and become wicked. The slutty step-daughter could work, but the word "meeting" makes me think no sex will happen here and the book will have no payoff. "It's just part one where he meets her? I want some climax, I want some action, not a meeting!"
Why would anyone buy a "Part 1" where two characters "meet" from an unknown amateur author? This just makes me think there's not going to be enough action. Give people a small, all-encompassing package. Make the title let them know it is entirely self-contained. Make it short but with enough content and story that it is worth paying for.
So think about that title. Make it snappy.
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