How to Succeed with Amazon Ads and BookBub Ads
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In this session, you’ll discover:
Brian shares who should use Amazon and BookBub Ads, strategies for effective ad campaigns, and how to use metrics to measure and ensure your success. Find out how Amazon and Bookbub Ads can be used together to maximize book sales and what budget you should set.
– 5 Free Account Audits for your Amazon Ad! (Value: $250 per audit)
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Comment Below With Your Key Takeaways Or If You Have Questions About The Session.
This was very informative. Thank you. I was unsure about ads and you made it concise. Jo
Kia ora, Berni. Your session was very informative to say the least. The point you made that ‘hit’ me the most was, the data don’t lie! Such a simple fact. So, check things as you advise and change what’s necessary. I think that is my biggest takeaway from all the sessions. Thank you so much. He mihi tino nui!
I really enjoyed Berni. I never considered Book Bud ads. He gave us lots of tips: like having a graphic, target author not categories, and that link he talked about between amazon and bookbud. (Altribution??) I also liked the clarification of not enough clicks but lots of impressions it’s the cover, price or reviews. Or enough impressions and clicks but no sales must be the blurp or book description. Amazon always does the look inside feature but I’m not sure how to change it to send them to my website as he suggested. Just entered his give away drawing for 5 free account audits for my Amazon ad.
Thank you for helping to clarify ads.
I knew that the impressions must become clicks that must convert into buys, but I didn’t know that you have to have so many hundreds of impressions for one click and that from 10 clicks, one may be buying or not. It sounds like a lot. It sounds discouraging. Fortunately, you sounded optimistic about and you explained with data why.
THANK YOU for the strategy advice to test, to try, and to start with whatever small budget we might have at hand.
WOW! Great information. Thank you.