Indie authors do better with Amazon than other retailers because Amazon has enabled tools for them. Surprisingly, many authors don't use these selling aids. Authors who use the tools wisely sell more books and get more reviews.
This video walks new and established authors through the steps of maximizing their Amazon presence. You'll learn to:
Whether inserted in a website, blog, email signature or within the book itself, you'll discover how easy and wise it is to use Global Amazon links, which gives your book the advantage.
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Each one must be filled out individually. It’s easiest by doing them all at once using multiple tabs on your computer. Here are the links:
Remember that more Amazon nations may create Author Centrals in the near future.
Changes happen in just minutes when done through Author Central.
Updates through KDP Amazon
Whether or not to do it is up to you. This decision divides authors.
A huge collection of sites to notify about free KDP Select days and paid promotional sites and Twitter handles who like to share freebies.
Smart way to earn extra money on sales from your leads (i.e. websites, blog, book links within you ebooks). Like with foreign Author Centrals, each foreign Amazon Associate must be filled out individually.
Long “ref” links are commonly given by authors to others to find their Amazon books, but they look awful and are unprofessional. Always delete the “ref” suffixes and use shorter links.
Whether at your website, blog, email signature or within the book itself, always use Global Amazon links for your book’s product page and reviews page. This is something that is not being done by most authors and can help especially with foreign sales and reviews.
It’s smart to create links that are icons, images people instantly recognize and can click on for your Amazon books.
CreateSpace for paperbacks, ACX for audio books and Kindle Singles for short stories may interest you and give more platforms for sharing your writing.
Jason Matthews is the author of multiple titles, both fiction and nonfiction. His books have been translated into 8 languages and his self-publishing lessons have been viewed by students in 123 countries.
Jason works with writers around the world and teaches many courses on self-publishing topics (listed below).
He lives in San Luis Obispo, California. He's a skier, soccer player, beach lounger and loves a game of chess or scrabble. He can be contacted through his websites and social media links.