Tip #11 - Point of Purchase: Things I Learned Self-Publishing on KDP
#11 - Things I Learned When Self-Publishing My Picture Book with Amazon's KDP – Point of Purchase
Amazon is going to display up to the first 10% of your self-published novel via their “Look Inside” promotion on the book's display page, but only if you tell them to do so. Make sure those pages are exciting enough to convince your audience to make a purchase.
If you novel is short and sweet, be sure to double space and format the margins wider so as not to give away a good deal of the story-line.
Did you know you can publish your book on Amazon KDP in as fast as a week for no money down? Whether you are just starting to write a book or you’ve finished one and have no idea where to turn, this book will help you get your book launched into the market. For more information about self-publishing using Amazon KDP, check out this book: How to Self-Publish a Children's Picture Book using Amazon KDP (an Overview), ISBN 13: 978-0-9987090-4-8.
Angela Russ is a mom-preneur, children’s author, trainer on the subject of early childhood, and award-winning artist/producer of music for young children. She presents educational strategies to child care providers, parents, and teachers nationwide for AEYCs, R & Rs, and the like. She is a voting member of the Recording Academy and is the sole owner of the Russ InVision record label. For more information on Angela, her workshops and accomplishments you are welcome to visit www.abridgeclub.com. © 2019, Russ InVision. All rights reserved.
For information: Contact: Angela Russ Phone: 562-421-1836 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org