Got Already Your Amazon Website?

This is great information! I wasn’t aware that the Amazon site did all of this! 🙂

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Many authors skip this powerful marketing tool – or don’t know about it. Once your book goes live on Amazon you are eligible for an Amazon Author Central Account – and your very own web page on Amazon.  Best of all: There is no advertising on your site, just a (great large) image of your book(s), your reviews and your book’s description.

Not only get your website a very high page rank, Author Central tools are very effective in marketing your books and promoting yourself as a published author. Use your Author Central page to provide more information for your readers: upcoming events, a complete listing of your books, more images and videos, your book trailer and even excerpts from your blog.


How to set up your Amazon Author Central Account
Amazon explains: once published, expect to receive an email from Kindle Direct Publishing announcing the news and…

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4 thoughts on “Got Already Your Amazon Website?

  1. I knew about the US author page and figured it populated throughout the Amazon universe. Thanks for the tip on setting up in the UK. I seem to get a goodly amount of sales from there already, maybe this will push sales even higher. Woot!


    • You are very welcome and thanks so much for visiting my blog. I hope you will come back and check out the reviews. If you are interested in the contest, it is going on until 7/14/13. 🙂 I will be spotlighting a debut author that has no more than 3 books published here with an interview and review of their book. I will also post the review on Amazon (or Smashwords, if applicable) and on Goodreads. I always tweet each new review. See the complete contest rules and how to enter on the Review Submission Requirements & Information page here on the blog. Best of luck! 🙂


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