Kindle Internal Links

Kindle Internal LinksIn this post and video (below), I will show you how to quickly and easily create internal links inside of your Kindle ebooks. There are two types of links that you can do on the Kindle: Internal and External.

External Links allow you to link to a website, blog, video, or anything that is on the internet. You can link to anything that is out there.

Internal Links allow you to link to other pages within your actual book. Using internal links can be effective and help your readers find more information within your book on the topic. They can also be used for things like created an index at the end of the book, as well as many other functions. The good news is that creating internal and external links is quick and easy from within our Kindle Template and you can watch the short video below to see exactly how it’s done.

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One Response to Kindle Internal Links

  1. Hilary Walker July 28, 2015 at 9:39 am #

    Thank you SO MUCH for this post. I was tearing my hair out, trying to find out how to make internal links work in uploaded ebooks on Kindle’s kdp site.

    Kindle said “use hyperlinks instead of cross-references” but didn’t explain how. 🙁

    You’ve saved me going completely crazy by showing how to do this.

    Thank you again!

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