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What Every Serious Author Needs to Know About Metadata

You can’t sell your book if no one can find it. Metadata is the key to online discoverability of your content. It’s the information used to interact with a book, helping authors determine what they want their book to say and readers determine whether they want to buy it. Learn which metadata information is most important and how you can enrich your metadata to give your book the best chance […] The post What Every Serious Author Needs to Know About Metadata appeared first on WritersDigest.
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