An Indie Author Gets by With a Little Help From His Friends

I’m trying to improve the ranking and exposure of my books within Amazon and I need your help. You don’t even have to buy one of my books, although if you did I wouldn’t mind too much. One way to help my books rank higher is to get “Likes” on my Amazon author page. It has nothing to do with Facebook, but at the top of the right sidebar of my Amazon page is a button that looks almost just like the Facebook “Like” button. If you have a minute would you mind clicking this link and then clicking the “Like” button in the top right. You might have to sign in to your Amazon to do it though. If you do it, great, thank you so much. It means a lot. If you don’t, no big deal, I know your time is valuable.

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Thanks again! Have a great night! See you in the morning for my Throwback Thursdays post! ~Phil

 

14 responses to “An Indie Author Gets by With a Little Help From His Friends

  1. Consider it done… And also, occurs to me I’ve never done a review for you on Amazon either. I will try to do both as soon as I’m in front of my computer.

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  2. Done and done. I have your other books, so bought “Fifty Shades of Phil” while I was there.

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  3. Done! We could all use a boost now and then 🙂

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  4. I was happy to do it.
    A few week’s ago I bought your book The Sneaker Tree to read while travelling this month. Unfortunately I’ve had very little time to actually read, but from what I’ve read so far I’m loving it. I can hardly wait for the long flight back home so I can find out how things turn out for Cooper!!

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