If a reader makes it to the end of your book, they are going to go somewhere. If you can direct them in a specific direction, then you are likely to keep them as a reader. If you don’t, they may move onto the next book in their reading list and you have lost the opportunity to continue to sell to them. Use this list of ideas to provide clear calls to action at the back of your book.
A major trap that authors fall into on Twitter is trying to get too many people to buy their book. That can cause readers to stop following you. Here are 5 great things you can tweet about that aren’t just “BUY MY BOOK!” to help you not fall into that trap!
If you have browsed around Amazon looking at various ebooks, you have probably seen books that have decorated descriptions, using different sized fonts, colors, and more. If you want to decorate your book’s description just like those other books, you’re in luck, we will show you the exact HTML that you need to use in your KDP book description.
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