Here’s a handy checklist of pointers to help you optimise your book’s visibility on Amazon – make sure you’re not missing out on any of these valuable tips to help you make your book more discoverable and to sell more books!
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With more than 77% of the world’s search traffic handled by Google, high visibility on that search engine is critical. There’s more to visibilty than just a first-page listing on Google, however. One of the most effective ways to increase your visibility in Google is with a Knowledge Panel. Knowledge Panels are eye-catching features that […]
You’re an indie author. You have a website, of course. Is it the best indie author website it can be? ALLi author member and website developer Matthew Wayne Selznick, basedin Long Beach, California, shares his five top tips to keep in mind as you design and create content for your site. Every one of these […]
“Metadata” is one of those buzzwords that has, in the past couple of years, been repeated so much that it’s starting to lose its meaning (or…maybe it’s that no one really knew what it meant to begin with). For the sake of ease of understanding, let’s agree that “metadata” encompasses most things you can change […]
SEO and Metatagging Part II: Where to Put Keywords! Now that you’ve done your keyword research (and wasn’t it so interesting?), you’ll need to go back and put these keywords into your website so that the search engines will associate your site with these words, with the ultimate goal of having your site pop up […]
Part I: Keyword Research If you’re a writer, you write all the time, right? You’ve got your book (or books) out, you’re updating a blog on a regular basis, and you’ve got some kind of social media presence, and your website is up to date. These are the things I’m assuming you have, because they […]
On its website, Boston-based search engine optimisation (SEO) and marketing firm ‘Brandignity’ says: “Always write for humans first”. For those who don’t have much experience on the web, this may sound like an odd piece of advice, but I’m sure a lot of you know how out of whack web copy used to be. Users were […]