Email to Amazon Followers: What to Write?

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FOLLOWERS AT AMAZON

Kindle Direct Publishing (KDP) has a new feature.

When you publish a new Kindle e-book, in a couple of weeks (or so) Amazon sends you an email (to whatever email you have linked to your KDP publishing account).

The email subject is: A Question about Your Book (followed by the title of your book).

It’s not an advertisement. It’s not a problem. (Unless you get a different email!)

It’s an opportunity.

When you publish a new Kindle e-book, you can send a personal message to your Amazon followers.

Amazon will approve your message and send it out to your Amazon followers, letting them know about your new release.

This message may go out a few days after you submit it.

WHAT SHOULD YOU WRITE IN YOUR MESSAGE TO YOUR AMAZON FOLLOWERS?

Here’s your chance to include that personal touch in your message about your…

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5 thoughts on “Email to Amazon Followers: What to Write?

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    • Many thanks Virginia but I only accept awards with the understanding that I may or may not follow through with the conditions listed -research to find resources for authors and rounding up Guest Authors takes up most of my time 🐵

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