The discussion of whether tagging and liking ‘ones’ product page effectively boosts sales is an important topic. As an author with a handful of books available on Amazon, I am endlessly exploring profitable avenues.
Tagging is labeling something in order to enhance your odds of others finding it. There are those that disagree with this method. Let us look at how this works. You are sitting at your computer just browsing around on Amazon, and decide that you want to look for a book such as “how to write a paranormal thriller,” how does Amazon determine what to offer up? This is where the tagging comes into play. Placing organized tags to your book that are related to the subject greatly enhances your books odds of being found. When others agree with your tags and check the appropriate boxes – the books probability of ranking higher is significant. No one is going to purchase your book if they cannot find it!
Even when writing an article such as this – the process of tagging is essential in order for my editorial to gain exposure.
Don’t just take my word that tagging and liking on your book product page is important. Read what International Best-selling Author, Vincent Zandri has to say about the process on his blog – The Vincent Zandri Vox.
So tweet, network on Facebook, promote your websites and blog, – use every source available in order to bring attention to your literary works…tag, tag, tag.
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