Tuesday, August 11, 2020

Use Your Amazon Profile Page to Help Brand Yourself . . Plus Hint #Twenty for Getting Your Name Out There

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Hint #20
Most everything you do on Amazon gets linked to your Amazon Profile page, so be sure you have one as it is is another free way to help brand yourself.. (Go to Author Central to install it.) 
"Most everything you do on Amazon forms links to your Amazon profile page, including the buy pages of other authors'  buy pages when you write reviews for their books."
 Carolyn Howard-Johnson provides more details about Amazon's Profile Page on Page 162 of  her book, 
How to Get Great Book Reviews:
This is one more reason why it is important for you not just to get reviews for your book(s), but to write reviews for the books of other authors.
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WANT BOOK REVIEWS BUT DON'T HAVE TIME TO WRITE THEM?

CHECK OUT THIS ADVICE FROM THE LITTLE RED HEN.

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IN A TIME CRUNCH? NOT TO WORRY.
You can still write quick, ethical reviews and help your fellow authors.

CLICK HERE TO LEARN HOW.   
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READ THE DESCRIPTION OF EACH OF THE BOOKS LISTED HERE.

SELECT ONE OF INTEREST TO YOU.

CONTACT THAT AUTHOR FOR A FREE COPY OF THEIR BOOK.

WRITE A REVIEW WITHIN 30 DAYS OF RECEIPT OF THE BOOK.

E-MAIL YOUR REVIEW TO THAT AUTHOR BEFORE POSTING IT ON ANY 
ONLINE BOOK REVIEW SITE.

Want book reviews but don't have time to write them?
Remember the lesson we learned from The Little Red Hen!!
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WANT US TO LIST YOUR BOOK FOR FREE?
NO FEES! NO KIDDING!


CLICK HERE TO SEE HOW IT WORKS.
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COMING SOON: WATCH FOR MORE GREAT HINTS ON WRITING TIME SAVING REVIEWS - FRUGALLY  AND  ETHICALLY.
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MORE ABOUT YOUR REVIEW COORDINATOR, LOIS W. STERN
Tales2inspire® was a kernel of an idea I initiated in 2012, growing in proportions even I didn’t dare to envision. My innate curiosity about potentially fascinating human interest stories was the spark that ignited this idea, but there was something more propelling me forward - my belief in the power of stories to shape our thinking. Famed biographer, Doris Kearns Goodwin has repeatedly written about this theme in relation to some of our greatest presidents, who recognized the power of stories and used their storytelling abilities to reach the people they were chosen to govern. Each of the non-fiction stories published in one of the Tales2inspire® books was selected similarly - not only for its artful writing, but for its skill in delivering an underlying message to inspire each of us to reach for the best within us. Try us out. You can get a FREE sampler filled with six published T2I stories at: www.tales2inspire.com/gifts

Learn more about me and the Tales2Inspire® project at: 
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