Learn How to Sell Books on Amazon (From Amazon Employee!)

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Tomorrow, Writer's Digest is offering a live, online class on how to use Amazon to boost book sales, featuring Jon P. Fine, Amazon's Director of Author and Publisher Services. Please note: Amazon has graciously agreed to help Writer's Digest conduct this
training session so that you can learn how to get the most out of their
free online resources. They do not receive any money for their
involvement.

Details
??This webinar has never been offered before, and lasts 75 minutes. Keep in mind you do not have to be able to attend the live event to sign up. You will get the recorded webinar after the event and can still ask questions to the instructors afterward. Sign up here.

What you'll learn

This class is appropriate for writers who are traditionally published OR self-published.

  • What tools for selling and promoting your books are available from Amazon
  •  Which tools get the best results and why
  • How to better understand what an Amazon "bestsellers rank" means
  • How to help generate legitimate customer reviews of your work

You'll also be able to ask the presenters questions throughout the session. Any questions that remain unanswered will be handled afterward, with written answers e-mailed to all registrants.

Added bonus
Each attendee will receive a free copy of Get Known Before the Book Deal by Christina Katz (a $17 value). This book will show you how to build a platform and promote yourself by using other forms of traditional and social media—it's a great supplement to what you'll learn during the webinar!

Sign up for the class here ($79).

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