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“Let’s Conquer Paris” is featured on Ereader News Today

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“Let’s Conquer Paris” is featured on Ereader News Today:

http://ereadernewstoday.com/more-kindle-deals-for-10-4-13/6734895/

Good results so far.

Will keep you posted.

Cheers!

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Let’s Conquer Paris is featured on Kindle Books and Tips

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Let’s Conquer Paris (Lunch Break Funnies, Humor Books Series) is featured today on “Kindle Books and Tips.” Check this and other books featured books out here:

http://www.fkbooksandtips.com/2013/09/21/more-free-discounted-kindle-book-offers-29/

Pretty good results so far. If you are a writer, sign up for their “Advertiser List” here:

http://www.fkbooksandtips.com/for-authors/

to keep up with advertising opportunities on that site.

Cheers!

Oleg


Amazon Removes Tags From Kindle Book Pages

Just a quick heads up for all the indie, self-published writers out there who publish on Kindle – Amazon made an overhaul of Kindle book pages and Tags have disappeared.

 

Whether this is permanent or not, remains to be seen. This is Amazon, after all, they keep changing things constantly. Most of the time we do not even notice these changes. This time, however, it’s very noticeable – the Tags are gone, a few other things seem to be reshuffled slightly around the pages.

To those who advocated using Tags for better visibility in Amazon search, it looks like that now they will have to rely on the old-fashioned keyword loading in the book description and other parts of the page.

How would the absence of Tags affect search visibility and the book rankings? Hard to say right now. I would venture a guess that there would be only a few authors who’d notice the difference. For the majority of indies who publish on Kindle, this should not make any difference at all – more than 95% of the books on Amazon are not being seen by readers too often. Having Tags or not will not change that.

 

I suppose the “Like & Tag” game we writers are so fond of, is now “Like” only.


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