Amazon is REALLY working hard to hide the contact information of book reviewers so how can you reach the reviewers and readers who write reviews?
Authors, have you spent heartbreaking afternoons sitting at a local store with stacks of your books watching shoppers hurry by?
Amazon and Amazon’s rules are changing so fast! We would like to bring you up to date on the current rules and share some guidelines.
“I wrote this book so I could make a living as a writer.” “My goal is to quit my day job.” “I plan on retiring on my book income.” Sound familiar?
Are you curious about all of the changes going on at CreateSpace and seeing new offerings being announced at Kindle Direct Publishing? I have been, too.
Authors, if you are on social media, read this month’s edition of DO THIS NOT THAT to avoid overwhelming your followers with relentless, constant book promotion.
More and more authors are seeing that the ADD TO CART button does not place an order with the author/publisher like it used to. For this month’s DO THIS NOT THAT we will focus on the Amazon ADD TO CART button and what we can do.
Before pitching your books to agents and the media for foreign rights, media attention, or for publishing deals, you need to become very well-versed in the industry and genre that you are working in.
A slightly different focus for DO THIS NOT THAT this month. Things are changing fast at Amazon. Don’t make business or publishing decisions about Amazon based on old information.
Amazon is changing things up again and is no longer listing books supplied from IngramSpark as “in stock.” Here’s what you can do.