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.
Receiving a positive review from a well-known review or news outlet is practically more valuable than gold when launching a new book.
The number one way readers learn about books is word of mouth. Book reviews still hold enormous sway over readers.
The terms “book endorsement” and “book review” have different meanings and purposes. Using them incorrectly could confuse the people supporting you.
Authors need to stay current and pay attention and research book sales and marketing today and not depend upon OLD research.
One of the most powerful tools for marketing your book is reader reviews. Here are a few dos and don’ts for getting reviews.
A very popular blogger recently tweeted that she wished “authors would stop acting like they ‘deserve’ a review from a blogger.”
Book reviews can make or break the success of a book. Scratching your head when it comes to Amazon and its review policies?
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?
One of the benefits of being an indie publisher is the ability to update your books whenever you choose. But how do you make changes without losing your reviews and ranking on the various retailers? Is it possible? Like many things in publishing, the answer is it depends.