DigitalMarketer.com Article Says Self-publish on Amazon and Reap the Benefits

A Special Report from Digital Marketing Labs will show anyone how to self-publish on Amazon.

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"Partnering With Amazon" DigitalMarketer.com

"Partnering With Amazon" DigitalMarketer.com

What Amazon truly wants is to sell products. It wants those 275 million customers to keep coming back and telling their friends.

Austin, TX (PRWEB) March 22, 2012

There are plenty of ways to find out how to self-publish on Amazon, but none are as comprehensive or informative as the Digital Marketing Labs’ most recent Special Report, “Partnering with Amazon: How to Give Amazon Permission to Sell Your Products to their Over 275 Million Registered Buyers.”

According to an article on DigitalMarketer.com, the entire process of getting set up as a self-publisher is all explained in detail by the Special Report. “Partnering with Amazon” also helps instruct how to sell other products on the Internet retailer, and helps avoid the common and costly mistakes that people make on their first attempts.

Ever since the online retailer’s inception, Amazon has been growing into the colossal e-commerce website it is today. It’s now a powerful tool that can be used—both personally and professionally—for greater Internet presence and web traffic, as well as more sales and profits from online transactions.

Even more importantly, self-publishing an e-book for sale on Amazon lets authors tap into the main source of the shifting culture of reading literature. The rise of digital content like e-books is negatively affecting the traditional publishing industry, and yet Amazon’s e-book sales numbers continue to move up.

What Amazon truly wants is to sell products. It wants those 275 million customers to keep coming back and telling their friends. The more content that’s made available, the better off Amazon will be.

If entrepreneurs can produce content that answers a need within their industry or niche, then they’ll be giving Amazon customers a good experience. That’s all the retailer would ever ask for, and the relationship will be benefiting all parties.

The Special Report from the Digital Marketing Labs also suggests the best way to develop an Author Center, which is essentially an artist bio that can supplement the aftereffects of self-publishing. “Partnering with Amazon” shows how to add a link to a website and an RSS feed to an Author Center, generating more traffic and improving search engine ranks even further. Author Center can also go a long way in establishing a writer as an expert in their field.

The article said that writers can always resort to the traditional publishing industry, where print books represent risk and authors face difficult challenges. Or, they can update their techniques, strive to self-publish on Amazon, and achieve the sales and recognition that their competitors would be envious of.