What good is a book marketing plan if you can’t see the results?


What good is a marketing plan designed to boost your book sales if you can’t see when your efforts are having the desired effect? A marketing plan shouldn’t be written in stone; you may need to rethink your strategies.

FREE Tools For Checking Your Book Sales Rank

Metric Junkie™ is a free service that collects Amazon “Sales Rank”information for books, CDs, DVDs, MP3s and Kindle, and displays it in a meaningful and compelling way through vibrant charts and graphs. This data can then be analyzed by you to track sales, estimate productmarket share, and understand the effectiveness of your promotions, and ad campaigns.

NovelRank is a completely free website for tracking books or other product’s Amazon Sales Rank on Amazon.com, Amazon.co.uk, Amazon.ca, Amazon.fr, Amazon.de (Germany), Amazon.co.jp (Japan), Amazon.cn (China),Amazon.it (Italy), Amazon.es (Spain), and Amazon.in (India). NovelRank is a free resource for self-promoting authors to track their print and ebook sales and Sales Rank on Amazon with charting, RSS feeds, and real-time data.

eBookTracker, the FREE tool that provides both real-time and historical Amazon sales rank and pricing data for Kindle books!

Books & Writers tracks sales for Amazon and Barnes & Noble. It also sends you email updates.

TrackerBox imports sales reports from many retailers and distributors and supports several authors and pen names.

RankForest also views data from secondary sources and compares multiple titles.

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