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  • On Jul 16, 2014, Tracy Cooper-Posey said: Hi Tamazon

    Thanks for stopping by.

    Yes, ease of purchase is just one of the many ways Amazon created its success. I think it's a lesson a lot of retailers (and indie authors) could learn.

  • On Jul 16, 2014, Tamazon said: Great Article

    Hi Tracy,

    Thanks for writing an article that supports business doing well and being accepted for that. I don't know why so many people hate companies that do well. The reason companies do well is that they are filling a need and doing it in a way that customers get something in return. If they weren't doing what was needed their customers would find an alternate. We should rejoice when others do well and support them in that.

    Amazon had done so much for authors in giving them choice, control and opportunities. Amazon's access to a large customer base is awesome. Most readers have an account and can check out quickly and access a huge variety of offerings. Ease of purchase is sure helpful to making a sale.

  • On Jul 15, 2014, Tracy Cooper-Posey said: You're welcome.

    Hi Catheryn:

    Thanks for commenting. Glad you found the article useful!

    Cheers,

    t.

  • On Jul 15, 2014, Cathryn Cade said: Thanks

    Tracy,

    Thanks for being the voice of reason. I truly believe there has never been a better time to be a publishing author.

    We have choices, we have insights into the markets, we have incredible freedom to mash-up genres and still find readers, and as you mention, we have so many platforms on which to release our work.

    Thus far, despite Amazon being by far the biggest sales platform in the world, they've been so fast and easy for me to work with. Which tells us why they ARE the biggest & most successful ...