by Alinka Rutkowska We’ve been concentrating on learning how search engine optimization—although it sounds intimidating—can be crucial in helping you sell more books. Today, we have for you a different perspective on how this applies to Amazon specifically, by bestselling author and publishing consultant Alinka Rutkowska. Here’s her article. What if you could significantly increase […]
You’ve finished your manuscript and gotten it into a format ready to be uploaded for sale. For most of us, Amazon’s Kindle Direct Publishing or KDP is the first and most important retailer we submit our ebooks to.
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.
You can price an ebook as free on Amazon’s Kindle Direct Publishing platform — they just don’t make it easy. And it isn’t always a good idea.
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.
Once a writer becomes a published author, the “opinion” floodgates can open. What happens when all of a sudden, ugly reviews surface? What can an author do?
If you’re interested in purchasing an Amazon ad, let me share my experience with you and tell you what I’ve learned so far.
Is it print pricing piracy or merely free trade if someone is offering your print book at a price lower or above your set price?
Last week we introduced our new Amazon Success Toolkit, a collection of guidelines and productivity tools for publishers using CreateSpace, Kindle Direct Publishing, or Audible, all portals for Amazon. The response has been impressive, and I can see why. Keeping track of all the policies, procedures, and programs at Amazon is more than most of […]