Your low-content publishing-related questions, answered!
Today I answer:
1. Should you swap out keywords for the holiday season?
2. Can you include links to other books in your description?
3. Should I use as many keywords as possible in my title information, or use shorter titles that target specific keywords
4. How much does the primary marketplace matter?
5. If you type in the wrong author name, can you fix it?
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