Smashwords Alerts Notifies Readers of New Releases from Favorite Authors

Smashwords Alerts Notifies Readers of New Releases from Favorite Authors
Posted: 24 Aug 2016 12:37 PM PDT

Smashwords today announced Smashwords Alerts, a new feature that automatically notifies readers of new releases from their favorite authors.

Readers who previously “favorited” authors at Smashwords will receive notifications of new releases starting tomorrow.

To track an author, readers simply visit any author profile page at Smashwords and click the button labeled, “Subscribe to Author Alerts.” When the author releases a new book, readers will receive an alert.

The page for Wesley Allison is:

Readers are in full control of their subscriptions. From the Smashwords Alerts Subscription Management page (found under Account: Communications Preferences or linked to from any author profile page), readers can manage the frequency of alerts (daily, weekly, monthly) or remove alerts.

If a book is on preorder, readers will receive the alert the day the book goes onsale.

Per our strict email privacy rules, the reader’s email address remains private and is not shared with anyone.

Thousands of readers browse the Smashwords Store each day searching for their next great read.

Readers appreciate that all 400,000+ Smashwords ebooks are DRM-free and most are multi-format. Readers and authors alike appreciate that the Smashwords Store pays indie ebook authors industry-leading royalty rates – up to 80% list – which puts more money into the pockets of hard-working authors and small independent presses.



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