Happy Friday, good people of the blogosphere! Today, I'm going to show you how to create a URL that will prevent you from having to list all the sites on Amazon where your book can be bought, but will take potential buyers right to your book no matter where they live. How amazing is that?
Ready? Grab a cup of Jo and let's get going!
There are a few steps to this, so hang with me.
First, let's go get the ASIN for your e-book (if you already know how to do this, feel free to skip down).
Navigate to your book on Amazon (however you get there) and make sure you're on the Kindle version. Like so:
Now, go to the nav bar and copy the link you see there.
Paste into something like Word or Notepad so you can select a small portion of the text (I'm using Notepad here):
Select anything between .com/ and dp and delete it:
Now, select anything after / and delete that, too:
You now have the basic Amazon URL for your book. Like so:
Select it. That's your novel's universal ASIN. It's the same on every Amazon store. Hit Ctrl+C to copy it.
Now, go to A-FWD here. You should see this:
Go to the box marked GLOBAL ASIN. Click in it and hit Ctrl+V to paste.
Now scroll down and copy the link that's been created! You never have to post a billion links for your book if you want to reach international audiences. BOOM!
Easy peasy. You can use that link in all your marketing forevermore.
Did you know about this? Does it help?
Well, that's all for today, folks! Until next time, WRITE ON!