Have you been unclear on how to make Amazon’s marketplace work for you? It took two years, but I have discovered a strategy for selling children’s books on Amazon that you can adapt to achieve your own goals. To find out what it is, so you can use it as well, listen to this episode.
Welcome to the Children’s Book Marketing Podcast, where we dive into the world of marketing and promotion for children’s books. In Season 2, Episode 21, join me as I share a behind the scenes glance at why I avoided listing my children’s books on Amazon for two years, but have finally decided to give it a go.
Plus, find out what changes have been made to the Amazon KDP platform that make it more attractive in 2023 than it has been in previous years, and discover what to think about as you develop a sales strategy for Amazon to fit your business objectives.
To discover what I learned from trusted expert coaches and advisors that is essential for business and personal growth, dive into this episode with an open mind and a willingness to consider new possibilities.
Links mentioned in this episode:
- Find out why Amazon’s Brand Registry is not to be ignored.
- Sign up for the Amazon Seller Program for inventory that you provide to Amazon
- Learn also about the Amazon KDP Program for print-on-demand services
- Apply for the Amazon Black Business Accelerator
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