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Scholarly Identity: A Guide
A guide on how to manage, promote, and protect your online scholarly identity as a current or future researcher, academic, or scholar.
Have you published a book? If so, you can claim your author profile on Amazon.com and add a biography, photo, and other links. While not a scholarly platform, Amazon is used by readers everywhere to buy and review books.
Use Author Central to personalize the contents of the Author Page dedicated to your books
The Author Page displays essential information about authors—including bibliographies, biographies, author photos, awards won, and even feeds to blog posts, videos, and a calendar of events
Users can follow your profile to get new release updates and improved recommendations
Link to twitter feed, logs, and websites
Share video interviews, book signing videos, and other videos with readers. Your videos should focus on specific features of your books or your experience as an author.
Track sales including sales trends over time and where in the US your books are selling
Create an Author Page URL making it easier to share your page