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« Reply #1876 on: April 20, 2017, 08:13:42 AM »
I don't know if anyone is interested in another promo results post, but I'm running a discount on Beyond the Forest, starting tonight through the end of the month. My goal is to drive readers from BtF on to Shadowglade, which I launched yesterday at $3.99. The only near-term promo I'm doing for Shadowglade is a KBoard Discovery Day ad on 4/25 that costs $15.00. I used that for Beyond the Forest and didn't get a lot of sales (launched that book at $3.99, too.) but it's good for some KU borrows.   

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« Reply #1877 on: April 20, 2017, 10:37:16 AM »
I don't know if anyone is interested in another promo results post, but I'm running a discount on Beyond the Forest, starting tonight through the end of the month. My goal is to drive readers from BtF on to Shadowglade, which I launched yesterday at $3.99. The only near-term promo I'm doing for Shadowglade is a KBoard Discovery Day ad on 4/25 that costs $15.00. I used that for Beyond the Forest and didn't get a lot of sales (launched that book at $3.99, too.) but it's good for some KU borrows.

Good luck with the launch, Kay.
First I've heard of KBoard Discovery Day. Please let me/us know the results. :)

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« Reply #1878 on: April 21, 2017, 06:17:09 AM »
Today's useful tip: AMS ads work FAR better on new releases. I can't say how effective my new ad is since there's a reporting delay, but at the rate I'm going, by tomorrow I'll have as many impressions for this book as I have for an ad I started on Beyond the Forest on March 20th.

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Re: The "My Book Wasn't Accepted for Kindle Scout, Now What?" Thread
« Reply #1879 on: April 21, 2017, 06:42:52 AM »
Today's useful tip: AMS ads work FAR better on new releases. I can't say how effective my new ad is since there's a reporting delay, but at the rate I'm going, by tomorrow I'll have as many impressions for this book as I have for an ad I started on Beyond the Forest on March 20th.
Good to know. It's often easier to get a response to new release--that's why it's so important to keep releasing.


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« Reply #1880 on: April 21, 2017, 06:56:10 AM »
Good to know. It's often easier to get a response to new release--that's why it's so important to keep releasing.

This may be true, and I hope so, but my main point is that most everyone, including me, has been complaining about a drastic slowdown in the amount our ads are being served by Amazon. I used to get about 24k impressions per day with one ad. Now I have two, upped the daily spend, and I'm lucky to get 10-12K impressions between both ads. The new ad has 91K impressions in a day and a half!
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Re: The "My Book Wasn't Accepted for Kindle Scout, Now What?" Thread
« Reply #1881 on: April 22, 2017, 11:59:22 AM »
Promo overview: I'm trying to build momentum daily. Tomorrow SHOULD be my biggest day. So far this afternoon I've gotten down to 61, 65, and 111 in my three categories, so hoping to go sub 100 on all three soon.

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Re: The "My Book Wasn't Accepted for Kindle Scout, Now What?" Thread
« Reply #1882 on: April 22, 2017, 03:50:06 PM »
Promo overview: I'm trying to build momentum daily. Tomorrow SHOULD be my biggest day. So far this afternoon I've gotten down to 61, 65, and 111 in my three categories, so hoping to go sub 100 on all three soon.
Fabulous, Kay.
Well done indeed.

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« Reply #1883 on: April 22, 2017, 04:31:11 PM »
Fabulous, Kay.
Well done indeed.

Thanks! Now down to 43,45 and 79 and hoping for better tomorrow!

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Re: The "My Book Wasn't Accepted for Kindle Scout, Now What?" Thread
« Reply #1884 on: April 26, 2017, 09:39:35 AM »
My promos are ongoing. I haven't been able to beat my Paid in Kindle Store rank from February's promos, but I've changed categories to ones better suited to my books, and since they were smaller categories, I have made new lows there.

So far, my best results were from Robin Reads, so I can confirm what others say--this is one of the top promo sites.

My goal with this promo was to discount book one to drive traffic to book two, which I launched at $3.99. This strategy has been moderately successful based on my small expectations. If someone is hoping to achieve a low sales rank and get promoted by Amazon as a hot new release, this isn't the route to go. (Unless you already have a big following). It's accomplishing what I set out to do, though, so I can't complain. I'm getting a trickle of sales for Shadowglade as well as some KU borrows and KENP. I'm hoping that many of the people who bought Beyond the Forest will read it and immediately buy or borrow Shadowglade. We'll see.

I've already started to book a couple promos for mid-June, when I can run a Kindle Countdown deal for Shadowglade. I booked a double promo (both books) with Book Barbarian, and also with Fussy Librarian.

Another note for those of you with new releases: People Reads has a New Release category, and as I recall, you don't need many reviews. (starting to get foggy on the various sites and requirements.) I booked Shadowglade at $3.99 with them for this Friday, and Beyond the Forest is running in the fantasy category on Saturday. The normal price for each promotion is $8.99, but they gave me a 15% multi-book discount, bringing the cost per promo to $7.64.

I also ran a KBoards discovery ad for Shadowglade ($15) and I'm not sure what my results were since I had another small promo yesterday plus AMS, but I may have gotten a sale or two and a couple KU borrows. I consider it a donation to the Kboards, which has been a wealth of information, and any sales or KU are gravy. 

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Re: The "My Book Wasn't Accepted for Kindle Scout, Now What?" Thread
« Reply #1885 on: April 26, 2017, 12:45:47 PM »
My promos are ongoing.

Thanks for the update Kay! Someday, I'll have book two to promote and I'll be picking your brain!

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Re: The "My Book Wasn't Accepted for Kindle Scout, Now What?" Thread
« Reply #1886 on: April 26, 2017, 12:54:10 PM »
Here's the updated list. Anyone's who has a rejected Kindle Scout book can jump in.

** Kindle Scout Survivor Books in Need of Reviews **

Remember, to get on the list, you need to have reviewed a book on the list (pick whichever one interests you & contact the author for a digital copy or read in Kindle Unlimited.) Once you hit 20 reviews, you'll fall off the list. (Or sooner, if you like.) Let me know if I missed anyone. (Also, I'm throwing in a reminder that we have a private Facebook group you can join here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/873131669496666/permalink/904011373075362/)

Please keep reading. The more you review, the more this system will work.

Books to Review: Remember, no review swaps i.e. exchanging reviews with a single author. If you don't have KU or the books not in KU, all the authors below have agreed to provide free digital review copies in exchange for a review. Just send them a PM.
The books on the top of the list need the most help. (Arranged by lowest review numbers to highest.)

(Fantasy) The Soul Guide - Kelly Stock - In Kindle Unlimited - (Has 4 Reviews)
(Paranormal Romance) - Immortal Embrace - Michelle Hughes - (Has 5 Reviews)
(Action/Adventure/Sci-Fi) Sixteen Sunsets - Mark Gardner - (Has 7 Reviews)
(Fantasy) Shadowglade - Kay L. Ling - In Kindle Unlimited - (Has 7 Reviews)
(Soft Sci-Fi) Lily of the Valley - Ruth White - In Kindle Unlimited - (Has 8 Reviews)
(Mystery) Getting Thin is Murder - Al Moe - In Kindle Unlimited - (Has 10 Reviews)
(Fantasy / Children's) Shadowbane - Paul Francois (Has 12 Reviews)
(Clean Romance) What Lies Beneath the Mask - Laura Greenwood - In Kindle Unlimited - (Has 12 Reviews)
(Fantasy/Mystery/Clean Romance) Blood & Holy Water - Joynell Schultz - In Kindle Unlimited - (Has 18 Reviews)
(Fantasy/Suspense) Guardian of the Grail - Elena Bryce - In Kindle Unlimited - (Has 23 Reviews)
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Re: The "My Book Wasn't Accepted for Kindle Scout, Now What?" Thread
« Reply #1887 on: April 26, 2017, 02:46:07 PM »
So I did some heavy free promo with Time Burrito and got to rank 90 overall for free books. Here's what I did:

4/15 EReaderIQ $35, EBookSoda $15, BKnights $10, Author Shout $5, My blog, twitter, FB, and mailing list
Downloads: 1154
4/16 Booksends $50
Downloads: 793
4/17 Genre Pulse $17, Bookscream-free, Booktasik-$8
Downloads: 397
4/18 Freebooksy $70, BookBasset $21.99 <--- it hit 90 because of this and stayed 90-100 till the end
Downloads: 1832
4/19 Bookbarbarian $55
Downloads: 1121

Total free downloads: 5297
Total Cost: $286.99

Residuals (so far): 25 sales, 7000 KU (270 ku for a complete read through), 5 PB sales, 15 reviews (4.1 average). hovering in the 15k-20k sales rank on average since promos end, my guess is that it's mostly KU downloads because my sales aren't that high

I don't know if I'll make my money back, but it seems that it's doing well. Any ideas on how to keep the pressure up? Any ad sites I should do at the $2.99 price it will be locked into for a while?

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« Reply #1888 on: April 26, 2017, 02:56:25 PM »
So I did some heavy free promo with Time Burrito and got to rank 90 overall for free books. Here's what I did:
Total free downloads: 5297
Total Cost: $286.99

I don't know if I'll make my money back, but it seems that it's doing well. Any ideas on how to keep the pressure up? Any ad sites I should do at the $2.99 price it will be locked into for a while?

Amazing number of downloads. What would make me happy is the reviews. Congrats!

And about that $2.99 price point. If you figure out a way to sell books at $2.99, LET ME KNOW! I struggle to move them even reduced to 99 cents. Everyone seems to want free books these days.

Here's some ideas:
Newsletter swaps
AMS Ads
Facebook Ads
BookBub ads
I know there are some promo sites that will promote $2.99 books...I don't know how many sales you'll get for it. (BKnights is one that may get you a handful of sales... I know I've come across more, but can't pull them off the top of my head.)

Good luck, and keep sharing!

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Re: The "My Book Wasn't Accepted for Kindle Scout, Now What?" Thread
« Reply #1889 on: April 26, 2017, 02:57:07 PM »
So I did some heavy free promo with Time Burrito and got to rank 90 overall for free books. Here's what I did:

4/15 EReaderIQ $35, EBookSoda $15, BKnights $10, Author Shout $5, My blog, twitter, FB, and mailing list
Downloads: 1154
4/16 Booksends $50
Downloads: 793
4/17 Genre Pulse $17, Bookscream-free, Booktasik-$8
Downloads: 397
4/18 Freebooksy $70, BookBasset $21.99 <--- it hit 90 because of this and stayed 90-100 till the end
Downloads: 1832
4/19 Bookbarbarian $55
Downloads: 1121

Total free downloads: 5297
Total Cost: $286.99

Residuals (so far): 25 sales, 7000 KU (270 ku for a complete read through), 5 PB sales, 15 reviews (4.1 average). hovering in the 15k-20k sales rank on average since promos end, my guess is that it's mostly KU downloads because my sales aren't that high

I don't know if I'll make my money back, but it seems that it's doing well. Any ideas on how to keep the pressure up? Any ad sites I should do at the $2.99 price it will be locked into for a while?

Good going, Aaron, and thanks for sharing the detailed information to help others. Keep us posted on how long the sales tail goes. I'm encouraged to hear you're already getting reviews!!!

There are quite a few sites that will take books at $3.99 or less, but I don't recommend using any that are very expensive since most readers who subscribe to these sites are spoiled with all the free and $0.99 books. If you didn't notice in my prior post, People Reads has a New Release category. Their regular price is $8.99. I signed Shadowglade up for New Release and Beyond the Forest for Fantasy. The promos run different days and go to different lists of readers, so we'll see what happens. They gave me a 15% price break for submitting two books, so each promo was $7.64. That's a reasonable price to gamble on results. You might want to give them a try.

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Re: The "My Book Wasn't Accepted for Kindle Scout, Now What?" Thread
« Reply #1890 on: April 26, 2017, 03:02:08 PM »
If you didn't notice in my prior post, People Reads has a New Release category. Their regular price is $8.99.

I used PeopleReads for Blood & Holy Water's release, and it got me a handful of sales at 99 cents. I'm unsure how good it'd do for full price. Keep us updated, Kay!

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Re: The "My Book Wasn't Accepted for Kindle Scout, Now What?" Thread
« Reply #1891 on: April 26, 2017, 08:13:36 PM »
On happier news, I just reached my 50th review, so there clearly is life after KS  8)

That's really inspiring!

Would you share with us how did you get so many? You know... getting reviews is probably the hardest task for indies.

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Re: The "My Book Wasn't Accepted for Kindle Scout, Now What?" Thread
« Reply #1893 on: April 26, 2017, 08:33:49 PM »
Here's the updated list. Anyone's who has a rejected Kindle Scout book can jump in.

** Kindle Scout Survivor Books in Need of Reviews **

Remember, to get on the list, you need to have reviewed a book on the list (pick whichever one interests you & contact the author for a digital copy or read in Kindle Unlimited.) Once you hit 20 reviews, you'll fall off the list. (Or sooner, if you like.) Let me know if I missed anyone. (Also, I'm throwing in a reminder that we have a private Facebook group you can join here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/873131669496666/permalink/904011373075362/)

Please keep reading. The more you review, the more this system will work.

Books to Review: Remember, no review swaps i.e. exchanging reviews with a single author. If you don't have KU or the books not in KU, all the authors below have agreed to provide free digital review copies in exchange for a review. Just send them a PM.
The books on the top of the list need the most help. (Arranged by lowest review numbers to highest.)

(Fantasy) The Soul Guide - Kelly Stock - In Kindle Unlimited - (Has 4 Reviews)
(Paranormal Romance) - Immortal Embrace - Michelle Hughes - (Has 5 Reviews)
(Action/Adventure/Sci-Fi) Sixteen Sunsets - Mark Gardner - (Has 7 Reviews)
(Fantasy) Shadowglade - Kay L. Ling - In Kindle Unlimited - (Has 7 Reviews)
(Soft Sci-Fi) Lily of the Valley - Ruth White - In Kindle Unlimited - (Has 8 Reviews)
(Mystery) Getting Thin is Murder - Al Moe - In Kindle Unlimited - (Has 10 Reviews)
(Fantasy / Children's) Shadowbane - Paul Francois (Has 12 Reviews)
(Clean Romance) What Lies Beneath the Mask - Laura Greenwood - In Kindle Unlimited - (Has 12 Reviews)
(Fantasy/Mystery/Clean Romance) Blood & Holy Water - Joynell Schultz - In Kindle Unlimited - (Has 18 Reviews)
(Fantasy/Suspense) Guardian of the Grail - Elena Bryce - In Kindle Unlimited - (Has 23 Reviews)

So, I review one of these book and then I can get my KS book (not chosen) on the list?  That would be great!

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Re: The "My Book Wasn't Accepted for Kindle Scout, Now What?" Thread
« Reply #1894 on: April 26, 2017, 09:13:26 PM »
So, I review one of these book and then I can get my KS book (not chosen) on the list?  That would be great!

Welcome. That's correct. If you aren't a KU subscriber, and/or the book you decide to review isn't in KU, the author will provide you with a PDF, ePub, or Mobi file for review.

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Re: The "My Book Wasn't Accepted for Kindle Scout, Now What?" Thread
« Reply #1895 on: April 26, 2017, 09:17:33 PM »
Welcome. That's correct. If you aren't a KU subscriber, and/or the book you decide to review isn't in KU, the author will provide you with a PDF, ePub, or Mobi file for review.


I decided to start with Blood and Holy Water...I remember reading the excerpt on KS.  Thank you. :)
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« Reply #1896 on: April 27, 2017, 02:28:11 AM »

I decided to start with Blood and Holy Water...I remember reading the excerpt on KS.  Thank you. :)

Fantastic! Thank you. Please let me know if you need a free review copy.


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« Reply #1897 on: April 27, 2017, 05:27:09 AM »
Well, all, I finally got my rejection from TOR for Warmache.

I've got two titles that I'll be preparing for KS this year: Moonrise, the sequel to the not-selected Sixteen Sunsets. And my debut murder mystery, Score of Silence. The audiobook for Sixteen Sunsets is scheduled for release next month. John and I are still talking to Severed Press to do another War of the Worlds book. We've got about two weeks left in the contractually obligated offer period.
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« Reply #1898 on: April 27, 2017, 07:27:23 AM »
Good going, Aaron, and thanks for sharing the detailed information to help others. Keep us posted on how long the sales tail goes. I'm encouraged to hear you're already getting reviews!!!

I'll keep you posted. So far, it seems like it's not slowing down (of course I fear since I'm talking about it that it will :) ). I just signed up for a People reads new release for may and then a month long ad for June. I'm going to try Bookbub, Robinreads, and ENT in June when I have a 99 promo option again. I was rejected for those three in my first round, but I figure I'll have more reviews by then.

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« Reply #1899 on: April 27, 2017, 08:17:58 AM »
I'll keep you posted. So far, it seems like it's not slowing down (of course I fear since I'm talking about it that it will :) ). I just signed up for a People reads new release for may and then a month long ad for June. I'm going to try Bookbub, Robinreads, and ENT in June when I have a 99 promo option again. I was rejected for those three in my first round, but I figure I'll have more reviews by then.

BookBub is a long shot, no matter how many reviews you have, but I haven't had any trouble getting the others.

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