If a book that i wrote is accepted on Kindle for purchase am i allowed to write a hub about it to self-promote it?
As long as the original author does so, there should be no problem.
How do you come to that conclusion? Writers welcome reviews by other writers, since it means (especially on Kindle) increased sales.
Reviews by another user may also be more impartial.
Nonsense - anyone can promote any book on Amazon - and I am not aware of Smashwords being a banned affiliate - but nothing would surprise me these days
by Nicole Canfield22 months ago
So I've worked on my novel for the past 3 years, finally buckled down and finished it this year. Just recently published it on Amazon Kindle, and I'm so very excited about it. The thing is, I don't know how to promote...
by Emma7 years ago
Don't you just love that we don't get commissions for Kindle book sales? I'd love to know what the excuse for that is. Every time I see one of those zero commission sales in my reports I want to scream. I never link to...
by Mary Wickison10 months ago
When I write a personal recommendation in the 'description section; on my Amazon capsule, it doesn't seem to be appearing as it has in the past. Will this appear, after publication?
by Steve Andrews6 years ago
I have heard a rumour that linking to ebooks is not allowed here now under new rules and need to check if this is true and if it applies to Amazon Kindle products? The reason I need to know is I have a book on there now...
by CMHypno7 years ago
Got an email to say that Amazon are going to pay commission on Kindle books - good news!
by eminator215 years ago
I'm nearing completion of one of my projects, and I'm thinking it's the book I want to debut with. I've always been cautious of publishing companies, especially when I hear about how they dictate everything from titles...
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