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KDPulse – an easy way to monitor published books

KDPulse, a fantastic tool for monitoring and managing your books

KDPulse

5 out of 5 Stars

If you don’t know KDPulse, you need to. This is one wicked amazing tool for published authors! But you don’t have to be published to benefit from this tool.

It allows you to:

  • Keep track of your books, with easily accessible, clean links
  • Keep track of your sales ranks, along with sales (free & paid) and reads data if you’re in KU
  • Keep track of the number of reviews and average star rating
  • Keep track of other books – this can be competitor books, your print books, or any book you want to keep an eye on.

Plus it has your book’s basic information (pages, publishing date, etc.) in one, easy to monitor location.

I love this tool! I use it all the time, especially when I need to access my book info for an ad. I can scratch the itch to compulsively check on my book without spending ages looking it up on Amazon every time.

Still not convinced? Check the link to learn more.

Click here to get KD Pulse

3 Comments

  • Devon McKay
    March 24, 2017 at 12:22 pm

    What if your books aren’t on the KDP Program? I am traditionally published and wonder if the KDPulse can be used for them. I can’t find any info on this.

    Reply
    • AngeLeya
      March 24, 2017 at 4:18 pm

      They don’t have to be on the KDP program, just on Amazon. It won’t import to the “My Books” section unless they’re in KDP, but you can add any book you want to the “Other Books” tab. I’ve got a mixture of my own books that I have through KDP and some that I went through other publishers, so I use both tabs.

      It’s also worth noting that they can’t keep track of actual sales on the “Other Books” tab, but it keeps track of the sales rank, so you can tell when books are selling.

      Let me know if you have any other questions, and thanks for stopping by!

      Reply
  • Devon McKay
    March 24, 2017 at 6:25 pm

    Thanks so much AngeLeya. You’ve been a big help.

    Reply

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