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How to Promote a Self Published Book with Amazon Pre-Order

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Reading Time: 5 minutesOne underutilized way to promote a self published book is by utilizing Amazon’s pre-order. Amazon allows pre-orders for KDP authors (Kindle Direct Publishing), which essentially levels the playing field even more between traditionally published authors and those who have self-published through KDP. I’ll walk you through the ways to get your book into pre-order, but more importantly – let’s examine how this will benefit you.

Amazon’s KDP/Pre-order information page says that pre-order is great to start building buzz and, true, it is, but it takes a lot of work. This is something that is best researched in depth before beginning the process. It’s important to understand your role as the author. But if you feel overwhelmed by the process, feel free to contact me. There’s a lot I can do to help you make the most of this function.

What are the benefits of the pre-order?

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