Bestselling Keywords for Amazon Authors Video Course

keywords for authorsAuthors, are your keywords doing their job? When you type your own book’s keywords into Amazon searches, does your book appear in the results?

If your books aren’t popping up in the results of Amazon searches, it will be hard for potential readers to find it. Some of this is a matter of simply using keywords better. This video explains that and much more using Amazon’s internal search engine and Google’s Keyword Planner in easy to follow steps.

The video course, Bestselling Keywords for Amazon Authors, has just been released at Udemy and other educational retailers. For a very limited time, a free coupon will be available to new students on a first come, first serve basis. Once the coupons are gone, they are gone. Here is the coupon code: AUGUSTKEYWORDS. After they expire, a sale price coupon will be available here: KEYWORD7.

Course description:

Most readers find books at Amazon by typing terms into the search bar. Think of Amazon as a search engine and these terms being keywords, which are misunderstood by many authors. Using keywords wisely in every aspect related to your book makes an enormous different for how many people find your book.

This course is designed for writers about to publish and for authors already selling books on Amazon. It explains everything in an easy to follow method to help you find and implement the best keywords for your book, whether it’s already published or not.

Taught by Jason Matthews, an author, speaker and publishing coach, this course gives your book the advantages it needs to reach a greater audience. Each video lesson shows real-time examples at the sites you’ll be using. All of the videos are between 2 and 5 minutes, making it simple to follow and implement the advice.

Doing better with keywords and Amazon searches leads to good things: more people will find your books, which means more people will buy your books.


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Smart Keyword Research Comes First

Excerpt from the book, Get On Google Front Page

keyword researchKeywords are essential to help search engines link your sites and books to certain words, terms or phrases. Keywords can be individual words like “diet” or “weight loss,” a set of words like “healthy weight loss,” or even phrases containing many words such as “eat all you want and still lose weight.” This is also the difference between short-tail and long-tail keywords, or the difference between targeting broad markets under heavy competition with other advertisers versus niche markets with less competition. It’s best to add keywords (both short-tail and long) to every site, blog, URL, title, article and location that has boxes for them, keywords that describe the content of what your site is about. But before we get into the details of how and where to insert keywords, we’re going to discuss at length how to discover which are your very best keywords.

Your very best keywords describe your website (and book’s) content and are being searched by lots of people with relatively low competition.

Okay, that was a mouthful but true. Certain keywords will only help if people are actually searching for them, and your site is relevant to that subject, and (hopefully) there is not a ton of competition. If the competition is low, then you’re golden and the climb to the front page can be quick. If the competition is high, you can still get to the top but it will take great SEO habits and more time.

Read the free Authonomy chapter here on this subject.

Read the first several chapters of this book’s free sample.

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