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Session: The Art and Science to Getting Your Book Discovered on Amazon

Format: Video

Audience: All Levels

Every day, millions of shoppers go to Amazon looking for their next book to read. Based on some key factors, Amazon chooses what book to show to each customer. It’s these key factors that can be a difference maker between a book that sells, and one that doesn’t. Therefore, in this presentation, we’ll go over those key factors, and how you can use them to improve your book’s discoverability. This is a tried and tested method I’ve used for helping publishing companies and NYT authors, and is the same tactic that Amazon itself has acknowledged as being effective and recommended to other authors.

During this session you’ll learn how to: Choose the right keywords to get your book seen by shoppers Select the right categories that help improve sales Improve your rankings so that more customers will click on your book.

Dave Chesson

Founder of Kindlepreneur

Dave Chesson is the guy behind Kindlepreneur.com, a website devoted to teaching authors about book marketing and the digital world. His works on keywords, and sales optimization have been featured and promoted by Amazon itself. Dave is also the creator of KDP Rocket, a software that helps authors see what’s really going on in the book market, and thus pick better keywords and categories to help them sell more books. 

Having been a consultant for multiple publishing companies and NYT bestselling authors, he’s seen both sides of the writing world. When he’s not running Kindlepreneur, he’s usually lightsaber dueling with little Jedi, and sipping tea with princesses.advocate.

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