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Session: The Latest Tactics for Faster Book Sales With Amazon Ads

Format: Video

Audience: All Levels

Amazon ads are changing. The competition is hotting up. Make sure you know the latest working tactics being used to generate consistent sales from Amazon ads. Laurence O’Bryan, the founder of the BooksGoSocial Amazon Ads Done For You service, has been managing Amazon ads for hundreds of clients, using the tactics that the biggest brands use to lower the average cost of sales for books. This session will help you get your monthly royalty payments up.

Laurence O'Bryan

Author and Founder of BooksGoSocial

Laurence O’Bryan has been in marketing for over thirty years and training authors in digital marketing since 2012.

Laurence’s had three novels published by Harper Collins in the U.S., the UK, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. These were translated and published in 10 languages. One has been optioned, twice, to become a TV series or a movie. The Istanbul Puzzle, was also shortlisted for Irish Crime Novel of the Year, and won the Southern California Writers Conference Grand Prize. He also self-published Social Media is Dynamite For Writers, another two novels in the puzzle series and the first novel in a new series set in the late Roman Empire, The Sign of the Blood.

Laurence started BooksGoSocial.com to help other authors get discovered. The service has helped promote over 7,500 international authors. His background includes twenty-five years in marketing. He also founded the Dublin Writers Conference.

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