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Authors and musicians - link your blog to your Amazon product pages! Very handy tip for adding current blog content to Amazon product pages. Especially handy if your book and blog are on the same topic. (tags: blogging amazon... [Read More]

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I read a post today on David Meerman Scott's blog Webinknow. If you're selling your books on Amazon, then you must read this post: Authors and musicians - link your blog to your Amazon product pages! I was not aware of the program called AmazonConnect ... [Read More]

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Yehuda Berlinger

Sorry. I couldn't figure out how to add my own blog/rss . I have an Amazon login and I've written reviews. Can you be more specific about where on your profile page you can find this link? Or is there some other requirement I'm missing.

I also didn't understand what posts get linked to what products. Do you manually link them? Does any post in which you reference a product auto-link to your post?

Yehuda

David Meerman Scott

Yehuda

Since I already have this up and working on my Amazon profile, I can no longer see the how to links.

The program is called AmazonConnect blog. You can try the help pages that are available from your profile.

You can also try this link.
http://www.amazon.com/connect

Sorry - that's the best I can do.

Michael A. Stelzner

Here's how it works.

You go under your individual profile on Amazon.

Should look like this: http://www.amazon.com/gp/pdp/profile/A1EAE9YL9AGZ0Z/

Then click the add RSS feed link under Your AmazonCOnnect Blog

The system says that next time you post something on your blog it will feed to your product pages.

Thanks David!!

Denise aka The Blog Squad

I do believe you must be a member of AmazonConnect in order to set up a blog. Which means you have to be an author whose books are available on Amazon. At least that's what I took away when I tried to set up an AmazonConnect account.

David Meerman Scott

Here is a direct link to AmazonConnect to add your blog posts to your product pages

http://www.amazon.com/gp/arms/role

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Can you be more specific about where on your profile page you can find this link? Or is there some other requirement I'm missing.

Peter Cook

I have just posted a review of the book on Amazon co uk and will do the same on .com soon. We should definiteky do some linking as we both have books out that link business leadership and marketing with music. Mine is called 'Sex, Leadership and Rock'n'Roll - Leadership Lessons from the Academy of Rock' and it is acclaimed by Tom Peters who also likes yours.

Peter

www.academy-of-rock.co.uk

Eric Soll

Amazon blog is such a great idea. Is this something frequent users can find or is it a program you have to be apart of?

David Meerman Scott

Anyone whose creative content is sold on Amazon (authors, musicians, etc) can set up an Amazon blog.

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