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Top 21 Author Marketing Blog Sites for Creating Super SEO Book Sale Results with Web 2.0 Properties
Promote your books to #1 Amazon Best Selling Status with Pure White Hat Search Engine Optimization Strategies
The starting point to create super simple SEO traffic is to establish your own account profiles with the following blogging sites:
1. WordPress.com PR 9
2. Blogger.com PR 8
3. Live Journal PR 8
4. Picasa PR 6
5. Squidoo PR 6
6. Blog Lines PR 9
7. Plurk PR 7
8. Reddit PR 8
9. Scribd PR 8
10. Slide Share PR 8
11. Lycos Tripod PR 7
12. Tumblr PR 8
13. Type Pad PR 7
14. Weebly PR 8
15. Bravenet PR 7
16. EDU Blogs PR 7
17. Jimdo PR 8
18. Wiki Spaces PR 7
19. Blog.com PR 6
20. Hub Pages PR 6
21. Storify PR 8
Every new author and publisher in the self-publishing world wants to know the secrets of getting their books to best seller rankings on Amazon.
In fact, we all want to rank our sites on Google’s page one for their particular keywords, no matter what business you are in.
However, this article covers details that will give you a leg up on your competition. Remember, the page ranks for these blog sites are what will give you that “Page One of Google” juice. These blog sites all have a PR 6-10 and will help you launch your website to rock star status for your main keyword with some good back-linking.
It will definitely help you gain an SEO advantage to get a best-selling book and to rank your book publishing sites to Google’s page one for their respective keywords.
This is the best “white hat” method for search engine optimization that is online today. It is very simple but does require work on your part to build your own blog network.
“White Hat,” simply means it is Penguin, Panda and Humming Bird safe from Google’s crazy algorithm.
It took some inspiration in order to build my successful membership site Blogger Pro Content, which has a great monthly private label rights and WordPress blogging platform to help any author’s online business.
Gain monthly access at Blogger Pro Content in order to learn how to set up any WordPress site with tutorial videos. Blogger Pro Content gives you tutorial video lessons that are all about Blogging for your Author Platform and PLR content to help you publish articles in any niche.
Like anything else you do, hard work and dedication to reach an ultimate goal is what will help you achieve anything in life. Keep your eyes open for our newest post about the top 10 most influential authors and publishers on Amazon’s Kindle Publishing platform.
Check out our updated SEO for Authors article on creating the best back links to your main author’s site page.
Consumer Behavior Advertising in Book Content Marketing
How the 3 Concepts of Consumer Behavior Advertising Relate to Your Readers!
The three areas of consumer behavior and how they relate to advertising are the substantial, conceptual, and methodological concepts in relation to our study here.
The writing, publishing, and promoting of our eBooks is what we are trying to perfect.
These consumer behavior advertising concepts all relate to the basics of what consumer behavior is as a business marketing concept. It is why we do the things we do.
These are the material and mental aspects of why we do them and how we get them done.
These concepts are related to eBooks because, obviously you are not going to see any links in a printed paperback or hardcover book, so we are sticking with digital books in this case.
Of course, as we all know by now, the King of E-Books in the online world is Amazon.com. They currently have over 2.5 million eBooks on record in their Kindle Direct Publishing system.
As of the middle of July, 2014, we noted that Amazon has exactly 2,660,046 eBooks on file, 626 magazines, 176 newspapers, and 14,044 Kindle blogs. Amazon’s Kindle Store receives about 6,000 newly published eBooks each day.
A friend told me recently about how much Amazon sold in product revenue last year, because he is selling products on the FBA Amazon system. He said that they sold over $74 billion worth of products for the entire site.
In any event, let’s get back to consumer behavior and why we need to add those marketing pages and links into our eBooks. Consumer behavior is based on the reader solving real world problems that they have in their lives.
So if they have not completely solved the problem they are looking for solutions to, then they will continue reading and clicking on links until their “problem” is solved.
This may not be a problem as we know it, but it could simply be the need to find thorough information on a topic like, bodybuilding, weight loss, gorillas, elephants, spiders, flowers, or recipes.
Maybe the reader is looking for a specific fact or knowledge about why do gorillas or elephants charge people in and around their habitat. Your reader may be looking for a specific recipe that has sage or garlic or onion in the recipe of the book they just bought from you.
These are the things that cause people in general to seek out knowledge in in their lives.
Secondly, the conceptual aspect of consumer behavior is related to relationships. It can be anything in our environment that relates to our problems and issues that reveals how we express ourselves in our daily lives.
The reader is going to not only use all the links in the book’s content, but he will pursue those links further if they are related to his cause, even if he has found a solution.
Thirdly, the methodology concept is revealed in how the person goes about investigating these physical or mental problems they may have. They may be looking for certain knowledge about a subject in order to find the corresponding or observational solutions to those problems.
30% of 30 pages is 9. However, remember that you will have your own circumstances and situations about your books that will be different from everyone else.
Figure out how you want your book to look and move on. Use 9 pages as an average for any non-fiction book you write, no matter what the length ends up being.
The main concept is that you need to make sure you provide value to your readers as it pertains to going beyond the regular content of your book.
If you are writing a recipe book, then you should definitely have a bonus chapter for your readers to look up on your website. They should also see a page of your links as an author with your information, so they can understand who you are and where you are coming from in relation your writing styles.
It is a good idea to add the links to some of your competitor’s books on the “Recommended Reading” page of your links. Just copy and paste their titles and embed their respective Amazon Kindle Store links into the titles
Why would I include the books of my competitor’s links in my book?
You will include your competitor’s books because this will give your readers some great objective references.
It also connects their books with your books for more book sales.
The reason is because your books will appear on the Amazon list of the “Customers Who Bought This Also Bought.” Therefore increasing book sales for everyone involved.