If you want to put global links in your posts but don’t want to lose your Associates’ income, this is the way to go. The best of both worlds. I’m definitely going to give it a go.
With thanks to thestoryreadingape and Nicolas Rossis (originator).
I was reading a post on D.G. Kaye’s blog where she was explaining that “when we post links to our books on Amazon and people from different countries of the world click on them, you may be losing potential readers because many countries have their own country code in the URL and believe it or not, if they land on Amazon.com and aren’t tech savvy to navigate to their own country page, it results in a potentially lost sale.”
That’s when it occurred to me; I’m friends with Ryan Shepherd of GeoRiot fame, so why not ask him for a guest post on the subject? Here is what he has to say.
How To Sell More Books Through Your Amazon Links
In today’s break-neck, 24-hour news cycle culture, most people find it hard to decide what to pay attention to. So when someone elects to browse books online instead of…
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