A guest post on Renee Pawlish’s blog provides tips on using the free promotional features of Amazon’s KDP Select program: I wanted to share some of the information I have gathered from two 2-day free events with Amazon. It took a while just to get to the point where I could understand some of the complexities of the industry. I … Read More
via Good E-Reader: So I followed the article’s link to Amazon and I found that there is a whole slew of stuff that Amazon provides. There are browser add-ons for Chrome and Firefox that allow you to send news articles, blog posts, and other content to your Kindle with one click. An add-on for Safari is coming soon, they say. I … Read More
A new way for journalists to publish: And if you’re wondering what being a top-10 Kindle Single gets you in terms of actual sales: In the first two weeks of its availability in the Singles Store, the piece sold more more than 1,900 copies, Tofel says.
I bet you can guess at least two out of three: Fifty Shades of Grey The Hunger Games Catching Fire Mockingjay Fifty Shades Darker
Amazon found it and is releasing it as part of its new Kindle Serials program. With the cooperation of the Kurt Vonnegut estate, Amazon Publishing is releasing a collection of previously unpublished works by Vonnegut: six unpublished short stories (plus an additional unfinished science-fiction story) and one unpublished non-fiction essay, releasing today as a Kindle Serial for $2.99 under the … Read More
While iPad is still dominating 68% of the tablet market, the Fire may be ahead of it as a way to read newspapers.
The action isn’t all restricted to Amazon’s KDP.