I currently have 3 books on Amazon. My reviews are very good, my sells are not. I got Tighe's book in hopes of seeing what I was doing wrong. Was I impressed. I have read help sites and other information, but those other sources were lacking. Here is what Tighe's book gave me.
1) I know SEO & keywords as I build websites. However I did not know how to reaserch my keywords on Amazon. Tighe explains this in detail, from his explanation I changed the Keywords on all my books.
2) I learned the proper way to set up a free promotion. I was doing it wrong. So I made notes and look forward to setting up my next promotion.
3) My description. I know HTML but "some" HTML is only what can be used. After trial and error I have now figured it out mentally, so I will change. But he also had other excellent suggestions, which I have applied or soon will.
4) Social media, I have been using it, but I needed to inprove, which I did.
5) Now what sets Tighe's book apart from others I have read. Other books and sites cover where to place your book, but not one I have read explains the difference between the live Amazon site & the KDP information. When Tighe pointed it out I was surprised, and guess what?, I had to correct all 3 of mine. It took time because you have to keep going back and forth between the two to check. In the end I did the best that could be done. This is one of the points that appealed to me the most.
Overall this book has the most useful information in one publication I have found. It is not fluffy with words, but to the point. I still have work to do, but at least when I'm done I can say I did all I could.
Thanks for a to-the-point book on publishing on Kindle.
Aurhor DeWayne Watts
"Still With Eyes Closed"
"The Boy in The Wood"