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Each of these website tend to have their own terms and conditions. For example some sites require your book to have at least a 4 star rating to be listed. It is advised that you submit your book at least days before its Free promotion date. To increase your chance of getting listed you should list your book a week before its promotional date. However there are a few sites that only allow you to list your book when its currently free. You are commenting using your WordPress.
Just today, as I write this column, the news has erupted in the indie world that Amazon has cracked down on its Amazon Associates Terms and Conditions. This means promotion newsletters like Bookbub and Choosy Bookworm, among many others, are in breech. Promotion newsletters like these examples have always been in breech of those terms and until now, Amazon has turned a blind eye toward the practice. It was bringing them sales and traffic. A couple of years ago, Amazon did get a little stroppy about the numbers of free ebooks the newsletters were promoting, forcing them to more evenly balance their free versus paid promotions, but after some adjustment, the newsletters were permitted to continue. Now, however, Amazon are shutting down such newsletters altogether by closing down their Amazon Associate accounts.
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