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A simple way to make a difference. Thanks for the comment.
I enjoyed reading this interview because I know Marti and I can say she is a true servant as a writer, as a ghostwriter, as a friend, and as a child of God. Her books are a true gift.
Sorry for the confusion. It is hard to teach an old dog new tricks. The new word for this same concept is "Categories." Here is what Amazon says about Categories: You can view the Categories that a book is listed in by scrolling to the bottom of the Product Detail Page to the section titled "Look for Similar Items by Category." Browse paths are listed in this format: Books > Travel > Africa > Morocco Books > Literature & Fiction > Women's Fiction > Single Women Literature We generally limit the number of assigned browse categories to two for each title. When data from publisher feeds is automatically added to a Product Detail Page, it sometimes results in more than two assigned browse paths. We are unable to add more than two categories to the Product Detail Page for a book. You're welcome to change the existing categories for your title. To change the browse categories currently assigned to your book, first take some time to peruse the categories in the "Books" section of our store. Once you've found the two categories you like, please contact us. On the Contact Us form: Under "Select an issue," select My Books. Under "Select details," select Update information about a book. In the fields that appear, select browse categories, and then I want browse categories in the Product Details section.
Within folders for each project I have a template folder. For instance, I have a folder titled website and within that folder is another folder marked Bookstore, and within that folder is my template file where the email response is kept, along with receipt templates, and a bulk rate sales info template.
That will make your book of real value. Does it have a title yet? Tell us so we can look for it...
Im glad it was timely. We can use all of the low-cost ideas we can get our hands on, cant we? Blessings, Cheri
Thanks for the great question. I've heard from several marketing experts that churches don't like emails. They prefer the things they can put in their hands and pass along to others. So, my database is focused on old-fashioned mailings with email for follow-up. As far as who I mail to, I address the letters to the Director of Discipleship Ministries or Women's Ministries. These happen to be my target audience, but yours may be different. Hope that answers your questions. Blessings...