Think your comic belongs here? We'll see. Before you plug away, though, some things to keep in mind.
*Comic must have a minimum of 20 comic pages in the archive.
*Don't pitch if you're still working on the site, in the process of moving to a different server, have navigation issues, or otherwise not confident that you're showing your best work in the way you want us to see it. No excuses: If it's not ready, don't bother.
*Give the name of the comic, a link to your index, and a brief description. Doesn't have to be fancy, we just wanna know what we're getting into. If you have material that some might find "questionable," you're gonna wanna mention that. It's also worth mentioning if you have a pay site.
*Only 1 image per thread. Keep it PG Rated.
*Be nice. Criticism isn't necessarily expected, but if you give it, be constructive. You'll find comics you don't like here, but flaming them isn't going to help anyone. THIS IS A BOX-FREE ZONE.
*If criticism is what you're looking for, Tips, Techniques and.... some other "T" word is where you wanna go with that. It's on the bottom of the forum index, moderated by a rather pleasant fellow. You'll be more likely to get honest criticism there. This place will get bloated enough on it's own.
*Take any conversation not involving comics to General Discussion. This doesn't mean you can't go off on a minor tangent, but keep yourself in check.
* Obviously no links to porn or hate sites, or there may be consequences.
Those things are enforced. The following list, however, just has some suggestions on how to make your plug as effective as possible.
*Have an archive of comics before plugging. You don't want us judging you on a tiny body of work. It won't be fair to us, seeing as you just wasted our time, or to you, as we'll always remember you for not having much at your site. Twenty would be acceptable, thirty would be better, but remember that the more the better. This means no teasers without the comics to back it up. And by comics, that means a page featuring either a visual story or gag in the sequential multipanel persuasion, or some innovation of it. This does not include coming soon images, pinups independent of the story, poems over imagery, or anything else considered filler. These things are fine to have, but if it's all you have, you're not ready to be seen yet. If you have an updating art site, without comics, than plug, plug away. Just make sure you update and that you are on point.
*Remember you're trying to get us to click that link, so sell your comic to us. You can be weird, you can tease us, you can be direct or you can be oblique. But be professional and be confident. The work won't be able to speak for itself until you talk me into looking at it.
*Supply a promotional image. We are working in a visual medium, afterall, so show us what we're getting into. Your favorite page could work, so could a pinup, but MAKE IT SPIFFY. Your art is the first thing to hit a potential reader, so make sure it will attract.
*You may plug any site, even one that isn't yours, so long as it's comic related.
*People don't like having to look around for a comic, so if it's not on your homepage, make sure the link is "above the fold" and clearly visible, or you'll alienate your potential audience.
*There are no real rules for reposting, but try to wait at least a month. Any less and you'll seem needy and desperate. And there's nothing worse than a needy comic writer.
*No Leet, please. That's a giant bright red wildly-flapping flag on fire telling people to get out as soon as possible.
*Feel free to offer your opinion on any pitched comic.
That's about it. The most important thing to remember is that you want to present yourself and your comic in a way that will get you the readers you want.