Plug Your Book!: Online Book Marketing for Authors by Steve Weber

By Steve Weber

  • Get substantial publicity on your booklet, no designated computing device abilities wanted -- alternate released or self released, fiction or nonfiction, book or paper book.
  • Discover why authors fail with paid advertisements, pay-per-click, fee-based reports, and "bestseller" campaigns.
  • Connect on-line with readers, riding them to Amazon and bookstores. -- enhance your visibility with Google, ignite word-of-mouth with social networks for viral marketing.
  • Capitalize on peer content material and "amateur" booklet reviews.

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If you’d like to change any of the information that you see on this page, you may submit a form to Amazon with suggested changes. They will research your suggestion and if they agree with the changes, they will go ahead and change the record. ”Make changes to the form that is provided. At the bottom of the page you can check one of the boxes under the heading “I Know I’m Correct Because…” to assist Amazon in verifying that your changes are indeed correct. Here you also have the opportunity to submit photos to help them verify your change.

The truth is, many “professional” reviews are simply rehashes of publisher-generated publicity. Most importantly, professional critics usually don’t tell readers the one thing they want to know—whether they’ll like the book. Readers can get better advice on Amazon. Whatever the amateur reviewers lack in highbrow sensibilities, they make up in credibility and relevancy. Credibility Through Peers Successful books have lots of positive reviews on Amazon, and it’s no coincidence. It’s the positive feedback loop: Good books garner good reviews, which leads to more sales.

Above: the “Add a review” screen at Author Central. Enter your Description: Click on the “Edit” button next to the Product Description. You will be taken to a screen with a box that you may type or paste details into. ” From the Author: You can include a personal message about your book. You might include an anecdote explaining your inspiration for writing the book, or how it fits in with your other books. This section may be up to 8,000 characters long, or about 1,600 words. ” From the Inside Flap and From the Back Cover: As the title of these sections suggests, this is where you add your book’s inside and back cover copy.

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