Audible Introduces Author Profile Pages

Authors, put your headphones on and listen up: It’s now even easier for listeners to find you and your audiobooks on Audible. Audible recently launched Author Pages to highlight you and provide a homepage for your audiobooks on Audible. Today, we’ll take a look at these new pages and how they can help listeners learn more about their favorite audiobook authors.

Paging Audiobook Authors

An example Author Page. Click to expand

Your Audible Author Page is your fans’ one-stop-shop for learning about you and your audiobooks. Your page is built on the information you provide to your Amazon Author Central profile, and features your author photo, biography, and your Audible audiobooks.

Listeners can find these new pages by clicking on your name any time it appears on Audible: on genre pages, in search results, on your book’s product detail page, etc. You can also direct your fans to your page via links on your website and in social media posts.

How can you make the most of these new Audible Author Profile Pages? Glad you asked!

  1. Make sure you’ve got an up-to-date bio in Amazon Author Central. Listeners love learning about their favorite authors, and it helps you connect with them in an authentic way. Ensure your bio includes your latest links and a clear headshot.
  2. Share your Audible Author Profile Page with your fans. Inviting your fans to learn more about you on Audible is a great way to entice them to listen to your books in audio and set yourself up to earn those $50 Bounty Payments for turning them into Audible subscribers.

Audible Author Pages are another tool in your audiobook marketing toolbox. Work regular updates to your profile into your marketing plan, and schedule posts that highlight it to your fans on your favorite social media platforms. With Audible Author Pages, you can connect with your fans, invite them into your world, and give them something great to listen to while they’re there.

23 responses to “Audible Introduces Author Profile Pages

  1. Fantastic job on the author pages. Many thanks to the team that put these together.

  2. Stephen Holloway

    How about the same thing for narrators? It is clear that many audiobook lovers have favourite narrators, as well as authors.

    Stephen

    On 8 March 2018 14:47:13 “Audiobook Creation Exchange Blog (ACX)”

  3. It would be great if this option was available for narrators too, maybe with the requirement of a set minimum number of titles narrated or something.

    Just a thought.

    -Dennis

    >

  4. Hello I don’t see my profile on Audible. How do I 1) create it and 2) find it. I do have a profile, etc. on Amazon. Please respond. Thank you. Alex Lukeman

  5. I see my books listed but no photo, no bio! Help!

    *Judith Keim – writing stories with heart* *Website: http://www.judithkeim.com * *(Click here to sign up for newsletters) http://eepurl.com/bZ0ICX *

    *Romantic Women’s Fiction:* *The Hartwell Women Series, Breakfast at the Beach House Hotel, Lunch at the Beach House Hotel, Dinner at the Beach House Hotel, Christmas at the Beach House Hotel, Fat Fridays, Sassy Saturdays, Finding Me, Finding My Way, Finding Love*

    On Thu, Mar 8, 2018 at 6:46 AM, Audiobook Creation Exchange Blog (ACX) wrote:

    > Scott Jacobi posted: “Authors, put your headphones on and listen up: It’s > now even easier for listeners to find you and your audiobooks on Audible. > Audible recently launched Author Pages to highlight you and provide a > homepage for your audiobooks on Audible. Today, we’ll take ” >

  6. Same for narrators, please!

  7. Reblogged this on Plaisted Publishing House and commented:
    Audible introduces Author Profile PAges

  8. Thank you. For some reason, this article has got me thinking about that wonderful moment in 1969 when Neil Armstrong first set foot on the moon! But obviously in a slightly different context: “One small step for an author – one giant leap for mankind!” – 🙂

  9. Cecelia DiAngelo

    Maybe include a link? I didn’t see any author page on my ACX page. Thanks! Cece

    *Cece Whittaker *

    *Edit & Co * *Cece Whittaker Stories*

    On Thu, Mar 8, 2018 at 9:46 AM, Audiobook Creation Exchange Blog (ACX) wrote:

    > Scott Jacobi posted: “Authors, put your headphones on and listen up: It’s > now even easier for listeners to find you and your audiobooks on Audible. > Audible recently launched Author Pages to highlight you and provide a > homepage for your audiobooks on Audible. Today, we’ll take ” >

    • Hi Cece,

      It looks like you’re an ACX Producer, and these new pages on audible.com have only been introduced for authors at this time – SJ

  10. I’m in a unique and possibly singular position. Besides being a published author on the subject of the most effective use of your voice, a subject of interest to public speakers, teachers, students, corporate executives, Voice Over artists, and virtually anyone who speaks, I’m also a narrator for other authored Audible publications. Is there a possible outlet on the new pages for a combination of my offerings?

  11. How do I set up an author page? When I click on my name on my book’s page, nothing happens.

  12. Yes, can you please provide a link for me to create my Audible Author’s Page?

  13. Is there any way to add an editorial review to a Book? I got a 4 1/2 star review from Ind’Tale Magazine for the Audible version of Maybe This Time. I would love to make it show up on the book’s page.
    This can be done for ebooks on Amazon Author Central. I can’t see how to do it here.

  14. I just tried clicking on my name for several of the ten items for sale on ACX. No hotlink to my profile on Author Central.

  15. Hello, this sounds brilliant but I cannot see my author page – Neville Wright – The Answer is Yes Now What is the Question

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