Many authors have asked us this question: How do I find the Url of a Kindle book? I am using this short post under the Tech Guide category on our website to describe a good answer to this question.
What is the Url of a Kindle book?
After you have published your knidle book on Amazon. That is after it has been approved for sale in the various Amazon stores worldwide, Amazon automatically creates a Url for your Kindle book.
Every published Kindle book has a unique Url that can be used to access it on the web.
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What can authors do with their Kindle book Url?
Authors Kindle can do the following with their Kindle book Url;
- You can give out this web link or Url to anyone you are recommending your book to
- You can put this Url if your Kindle book on your website
- You can share your Kindle book Url with friends on social media
- You can also use this Url when filling the form on some book promotion websites (some of them ask for it)
How do I find the Url of a Kindle book? Step-by-step picture guide
Now let’s look at the picture to answer the question, how do I find the Url of a Kindle book?
Login to your Kindle dashboard
Locate the book you want to find the Url. For example, from the picture above, let us assume I want to find the Url of my latest book on Amazon, Exciting tools and resources for authors and publishers.
Look to the right side of the book. See a closer picture below:
Can you see, ‘View on Amazon? You should also see the down-pointing arrowhead beside it. Click on this arrowhead and you will get the image below:
Can you see links to the US, UK, etc? Stores. Click on any of the links to get the Url for each store. For example, I clicked on ‘US’ and I was taken to the US store for my book’s page.
You can then go to the browser to copy the Url of your Kindle book.
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