You’ve published a Kindle book and it’s time to promote it to your audience. Only there’s a problem…
Your visitors come from all corners of the globe!
How do you send a Canadian buyer to Amazon.ca or a British buyer to Amazon.co.uk without cluttering things up with links for each country?
It’s Easier Than You Think!
Let’s say your book is called “How to Win Friends and Influence People.” If you promote the book using the regular amazon.com link…
… all of your customers will end up at amazon.com.
Great for your American audience.
Not so good for everyone else.
Here’s how to send everybody to the correct store (and maximize your sales in the process!):
1) Copy your book’s ASIN number. You’ll find it in the “Product Details” at Amazon…
2) In the link below, replace the red text with your ASIN…
That gives you a link that will automatically redirect users to the right store…
Click it and give it a try! If your “local” store is Amazon.com, ask a friend from overseas to click it and ask them where they end up!
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Bottom Line Takeaway?
Sending non-U.S. customers to Amazon.com means wasted referrals. Amazon won’t thank you.
Don’t make folks “figure it out.” Many will not bother to search for your book in their local store.
Use a service like authl.it or GeniusLink for a fast, effective solution.
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You’ll earn your royalties and you’ll earn an affiliate commission on every sale.
Now that you’re reaching a global audience for your ebook on Amazon, take your sales to the next level with these publishing tips.