Today signifies the second day of KDP Select's new system. We have a shiny new interface, and I totally love it. Let me show it to you. I normally cut out the browser crap, but hey. You now know I amREAD ON!
This week, I've talked a lot about Amazon's AMS platform, first announcing the system and my hopes for it, as well as ranting about some of the more idiotic elements of their creative guidelines. Today,READ ON!
Amazon's AMS, its new Pay Per Click advertising platform (yes, the one I talked about yesterday in this post), takes aim at the authors of thriller and mystery genres, with a notable number of civilianREAD ON!
For those using KDP Select, Amazon's exclusive self-publishing platform, an interesting new tool has been released. I don't even know what the platform is technically called. It's a PPC/CPC (Pay per click/CostREAD ON!
I've written about Amazon Countdown Deals before. In December of 2013, I ran a promotion right before Christmas. It worked extremely well. I have since learned that countdown deals, outside of the ChristmasREAD ON!
Success is a fleeting, unpredictable thing. When I planned the launch of Inquisitor, I had a few set goals for myself. I wanted to make the top 10,000 on Amazon, and I wanted to make back $250.00 in earningsREAD ON!
This post follows up with the first and second posts of the multi-services review series. I'm going to be talking about several facets of my promotional efforts, including reviews of each group I'mREAD ON!
Releasing Inquisitor (Yes, that is a buy link you're seeing) has been quite the adventure. My original plans involved a stealthy soft-launch release of the novel, going undercover to get buy links forREAD ON!
On May 16, 2014, I will be releasing my third novel, Inquisitor. Unlike my other two novels, Inquisitor is a paranormal urban fantasy. Because of the popularity of the genre, I made a very importantREAD ON!
This is part two of my progress with Orangeberry Book Tours, an online promotion venue for authors. Orangeberry is a high ranking book tour group in Alexa, Google, and other search engines. This givesREAD ON!
Writing a novel and posting it on amazon/smashwords/goodreads isn't enough. In order to become a truly successful novelist, you need to spread the word about your book. Some people do this the old fashionedREAD ON!