Quick How-To: adding a link to Amazon from your WordPress.com blog

Thank you so much Ana Spoke for posting this!
I followed your directions, and they worked perfectly!
I now have my book link, a link for my art and photos,
as well as follow me buttons for various social media!

I was able to rearrange the order of appearance on the sidebar,
and I’m thrilled with the results! Thank you!
I’m re-blogging this to help more people!

“The expert in anything was once a beginner.” – Unknown We need to start at the beginning before we can become very good at something! One of the quotes which is included in the book "On Becoming a Lemonade Maker" by Tamara Kulish.

“The expert in anything was once a beginner.” – Unknown We need to start at the beginning before we can become very good at something! One of the quotes which is included in the book “On Becoming a Lemonade Maker” by Tamara Kulish.

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Get my JUICY book now! Amazon

Follow me, and get more JUICINESS on WordPress, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Fine Art America, Twitter, and Goodreads!

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Ana Spoke, author

You may have noticed that at the top of this blog’s right-hand sidebar there’s now a pic of the Shizzle, Inc cover with an invitation to download. If you click on it, it will take you straight to Amazon Kindle (the American one).

You may also wonder why I haven’t done it to begin with, as soon as the novel was published. The answer is, I couldn’t. In my naivete, I assumed that there would be an easy-to-use widget like the one WordPress.com has for Goodreads, but there isn’t one. I don’t know why. Maybe WordPress and Amazon have had a falling out, Like Paris Hilton and Nicole Richie. All I know is that setting up this little link was a pain.

I won’t take you through everything that I had to go through – suffices to say that there’s A LOT of useless, outdated advice out there. In summary, THIS…

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