Marketing on Amazon by Brian Kittrell


I just breezed through the short but sweet ebook Marketing on Amazon by Brian Kittrell. Most of it is stuff I have already read before and posted here, but there were two good nuggets in there I haven’t heard of before.

The first is Tagging on Amazon. Here is the link about that and how to do it. http://www.amazon.com/gp/help/customer/display.html/ref=help_search_1-1?ie=UTF8&nodeId=16238571&qid=1318963174&sr=1-1 Writers will want all their friends to tag their books.

The second is yet another place to get your book reviewed, but this one looks like a biggie: http://www.midwestbookreview.com/ “The Midwest Book Review is an organization of volunteers committed to promoting literacy, library usage, and small press publishing.” You can also ask them to add your website to their site network.

If you want to read the book yourself, go to http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/37429

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3 thoughts on “Marketing on Amazon by Brian Kittrell

  1. Hey, Kate!

    I’m really glad that you found the information useful. Of course, that ebook is generally for people brand new to marketing or promoting their books, but sometimes people find a tidbit they hadn’t heard about before.

    Love the website. –Brian Kittrell

    • The tagging on Amazon was a big find for me. Thanks! I didn’t really even know it existed. It’s way down at the bottom of the Amazon page and all.

      • Yeah, and it can be such a useful feature. I don’t know exactly how it plays into Amazon’s search algorithms, but the more tags I had, the better exposure I got for virtually everything, and the more sales, too.

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