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We want to thank

Natalie Padilla

Natalie, thank you very much for contacting us via our contact page to point out that the links for our books were not working. They have now been corrected.

Seems Amazon has changed their linkage system and you can no longer use the short phrase of https://amzn.com/(your ASIN) to create a hot link to your book. You do get a look at the “Dogs of Amazon” but, that’s not helpful if someone is looking for your book. The link has to be changed to https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/(your ASIN).

So not just a thank you but a heads up to any other author/blogger out there that you might want to check your “hot links” on your web pages. Especially if you want people to find your product quickly.

-C.D. Hersh

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Checking Out Authors on Amazon

By Susan Hanniford Crowley

Today while you’re last-minute shopping, I want to tell you what there is to see on an Author’s Page on Amazon. If you love a particular author, you don’t have to hunt everywhere for every title. Just go to his or her or their page. Here’s my page so you can see what I mean. To get there, I typed into Google – Susan Hanniford Crowley Amazon Author Page.

https://www.amazon.com/kindle-dbs/entity/author/B004YXOGXG

The first thing you will notice is . . .

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Nights of Passion blog

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The Amazon Conundrum (AKA Why Some of My Books Are in Kindle Unlimited and Most Are Not)

By Lindsay Buroker

I’ve been meaning to write this post for a while, because I get these questions a lot:

    Why isn’t X book available in Kindle Unlimited?
    Why isn’t X book available on Kobo/Barnes & Noble/Apple/etc.?

I wanted a place to send folks where I can explain. It’s hard to get all the points across in a response to someone’s Facebook comment. Especially since I always forget how to do the darned hard returns (SHIFT + ENTER, in case you also didn’t know or keep forgetting) there.

So, here’s the scoop: . . .

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Lindsay Buroker blog

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How to make your #Amazon book landing page look awesome

By D.E. Haggerty

How your book landing page looks is vital to book sales. In a bookstore, potential buyers spend an average of eight seconds looking at the cover and only fifteen seconds reading the back cover before deciding to buy. These times are even shorter when it comes to browsing at an online store such as Amazon. Can you say EEK? Today’s blog concentrates on the actual look of the landing page and not how to make the actual text compelling for readers. (Stay tuned for that)

Have you ever seen a book description on Amazon full of different fonts and bold and wondered how in the heck it was done? I don’t know about you, but . . .

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D.E. Haggerty’s blog

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