It’s disheartening to spend weeks creating the perfect product that people don’t buy. You were sure it would be a hot seller, yet your sales are nowhere to be found.
Now imagine you’re writing a book for Kindle, hoping that Amazon and readers alike will love it enough to make it a bestseller.
The criteria that make a hot selling product isn’t all that different from what’s needed to make a Kindle book fly off of Amazon.
1: You’ve got to be in a pre-existing...
Although it might sound a little strange to some, it is actually quite logical.
Regardless of the person who is instructing, instructions for how to do something are usually similar.
You could have ten internet marketers teaching you how to maximize your Facebook advertising dollars. Despite the fact that 10 people created the courses, it is likely that some of their information will be similar.
Mark, not his real name, buys "how to" books on Kindle. He then uses the content for creating paid...
This is it!
This is the final module on how to write and publish your first Kindle book in 30 days.
If you’ve been following along, then you might have your book written by now. If not, that’s okay because there’s no time like the present to start.
Today we’ll finish up with marketing your book, including how to make it a best seller.
Let’s get started!
Finding Your Book’s Category on Amazon
While Amazon shoppers can type keywords into Amazon’s...
Publishing Your First Kindle Book in 30 Days or Less
We’ve covered how to write your first Kindle book in 30 days or less, as well as how to publish your book.
Believe it or not, that covers only half of your job as a Kindle author.
If you want to sell hundreds or even thousands of copies of your book every month, you’ll also need to pay attention to marketing.
It’s easy to think that marketing your book is something you don’t need to be concerned about until your book...
Everyone’s got a book inside of them, just waiting to get out. And some people have dozens of books that can each be earning them a monthly income… if only they could just get started.
Kindle books can mean true passive income. You write each book once, and Amazon sells it for years. Completely unknown aspiring authors have written dozens of Kindle books and earn themselves a monthly income that rivals most people’s annual income. Those same people can then take months and...