Episode 96 – Raw Links, Wish Lists, and the Long Tail
 
Question of the Week:

What's the number one thing Amazon could change to improve your life as an author?


Bryan returned to a jam-packed show about long-term sales, wishful thinking, and keeping your reviews. After discussing Bryan's limited-edition mailing list mastermind ( available at http://www.thousandsofreaders.com), the self-publishing pair thanked their latest patron (L. Penelope's Song of Blood & Stone -http://lpenelope.com/books/song-of-blood-and-stone/) and discussed tips on systematization, raw links, and conquering Kobo. The news stories included Audible's new direction, the 50 Shades of Gray legal case, Fakespot, an Amazon wish list, and Long Tail sales. This week's Question of the Week, "What's the number one thing Amazon could change to improve your life as an author?"


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What You'll Learn:



How to chat with Bryan about growing your mailing list this month



What Sara Rosett learned from 10 years in publishing



Why raw Amazon links may help you keep your reviews



How to get more sales on the Kobo platform



What Audible is doing to grow its subscriber base



Why you should always read your contracts



Why spotting fake reviews may be tough for computers



What changes Amazon could make to support indies



How the Long Tail works to grow your author business


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Question of the Week:

What's the number one thing Amazon could change to improve your life as an author?