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1. Should I manually adjust pricing for marketplaces other than the US, or leave them at their defaults after I enter the US price?
2. Do I use Amazon ads, and how much of my success do I attribute to ad use?
3. What size should my inside margins be?
4. How many different covers should I use for one interior file?
5. Can I use photos that I’ve used on a low-content book on other books that I am selling on marketplaces other than Amazon?
6. Can you publish the exact same book in different sizes?
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