The Complete Lost in Amazon Series (so far)
I call these things Index Posts. They assemble posts in a series making them easy to find. Think of this post as a Table of Contents where each post in the series is a chapter.
The images and headlines are both live links.
As I write installments, I'll add links here.
done, or as done as any piece of software can ever be, I'm turning my growth-hacking eye towards Amazon.
Google and YouTube are the world's largest search engines. Amazon is a buying engine. People don't go there to research. They go credit card in hand to buy something.
Yet, only 100,000 sellers sold more than U$100,000 worth of stuff.
That might sound like a lot. It isn't.
No wonder Amazon is named after the world's biggest, baddest jungle. . .
Contrary to popular belief, everybody has at least one book in them. Before my fellow writers bite my head off, please note that I did not say, "Everybody has a good book in them." Nor did I say, "Everybody has a saleable book in them."
I started this series because I was curious. I wanted to see if we could put our collective heads together to crack the "Amazon Code."
It started with a simple question, "Can a reasonably good writer make a reasonable living selling books on Amazon?" Like many simple questions, it's only simple on the surface. . .