How to Build a Kindle Publishing Business
How do I get started with Kindle publishing? What’s the best way to increase my book sales? Can an “Authority Business” help me connect with potential readers?
All these questions are answered on my blog. Here I cover my proven strategies for building a nonfiction Kindle business that generates a reliable income. Being a Kindle publisher isn’t as easy as the so-called “gurus” will tell you. You need to work hard. But you also need to work smart.
On my blog you’ll discover:
- How to discover book ideas that actually sell.
- Proven strategies for engaging with readers and getting repeat customers.
- The “Authority Internet Business” case study where you’ll see how to grow a business from scratch.
- How to get the answers to YOUR Kindle publishing questions.
All of this is presented in a no-nonsense, no-bullshit manner.
Then grab my free report “44 Answers to Your Kindle Publishing Questions” and join my exclusive newsletter on how to build a rock-star Amazon book business.
Many people wonder if it’s really possible to make money as a Kindle publisher. I truly believe it’s a viable income model. (If you’re willing to focus on building a business.) But as they say…the proof is in the pudding! So here is a screenshot from a recent month (December 2013) as a Kindle publisher. Over 80% of these sales generate a $2+ royalty. So if you do the math, the total adds up to a decent income—all from selling low-cost books that readers love.
Like what you hear?
Finally, I’m a firm believer in the idea of the “Internet Lifestyle.”
Money is great and all. But I think it’s not as important as creating the life that YOU want to live. The greatest thing about having an affiliate business is the flexibility to do things on YOUR terms.
Don’t believe me? Well, I just spent seven months traveling through Europe in 2010 (from April to November.)
I literally lived the laptop lifestyle where I bounced from one city to the next. During this time, each week I averaged 5 hours on my money making businesses and 10 hours writing/marketing this blog.
This experience validated all the notions I had about being able to work hard, travel the world, and do what you want to do.
I’m just an ordinary guy who has a relatively normal existence on the Jersey Shore. I live in a modest two-bedroom apartment on the ocean. Most of my days are spent working. And during my free time I like to do fun activities like running, hiking, skiing, surfing, reading and spending time with my loved ones.
I urge you to poke around this site. You’ll find a wealth of information about how to build a reliable Kindle publishing business.