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Get Your Book Found: How to Outsmart Amazon s Algorithm

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If you want your book to have robust long-term sales, you’ve got to find a way to encourage Amazon to show it some algorithmic love. To help understand how to make this happen, Pamela and Jeff welcomed The Kindlepreneur, Dave Chesson, to the Zero to Book clubhouse. Dave is an active duty member of the... Listen to episode

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