How to Sell Books Online By Creating Kick Ass Book Titles

How to Sell Books Online By Creating Kick Ass Book Titles

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Why Literary Rejections Hurt So Bad And How To Cope

Why Literary Rejections Hurt So Bad And How To Cope

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How To Find Out What Categories Amazon Put Your Book In

How To Find Out What Categories Amazon Put Your Book In

MAGA Supporters learn how to channel their inner Trump from evangelicals who “prefer saviors who weren’t crucified.” Amazon Turned A Simple Way Of Seeing Your Categories Into An Olympic-Level Pretzeling Event. It used to be you could scroll down your book page to find out which categories your books are in.  No more.  Amazon eliminated…

Examples Of Books That Took Off When The Publisher Changed The Titles

Examples Of Books That Took Off When The Publisher Changed The Titles

Publisher Emmanuel Haldeman-Julius sold somewhere in the neighborhood of 400 million staple-bound books between 1919-1978.  They were part of a series he called Little Blue Books.  If a book didn’t sell well Haldeman-Julius would get rid of it.  But then one day he thought, “Maybe the titles suck?” So, he’d change them.   BOOM!  …

How To Get Amazon To Create A “Books In This Series” Section For You

How To Get Amazon To Create A “Books In This Series” Section For You

Ever notice that some book pages have a section that shows all the books in the series and some don’t?  It comes before “customers who bought this item also bought.” Here’s an example:   Is this something you have to set up, or does it happen automatically? It’s supposed to be automated but often it…