Amazon Kindle Publishing

KDP LogoWelcome to part four of the Kindle publishing series!

A few months back, I asked readers to submit any questions they had about writing and selling books on Amazon. In this series, I’ll go through each one and provide specific action items that you can take.

Missed a previous post?

Then check out these links: Part 1, part 2 and part 3.

Today’s post will cover questions related to creating and selling your book.

As always, we’ll start with the “3 Golden Rules of Kindle Publishing.” If you’ve read this section already, then feel free to skip ahead to the good stuff. But, if this is your first time here, I recommend you check out the following because it provides a background on why I make certain business decisions. [click to continue…]

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KDP LogoOnce again, I’m answering another collection of Kindle publishing question that I’ve received from readers.

If this is your first time here, then you’ll want to check out part 1 and part 2 of this series.

What started out as a long blog post has evolved into hundreds of excellent questions that I’ll answer now and throughout the New Year. (I’m even thinking about starting a YouTube channel around this concept.)

Today’s post includes a mash-up of the different questions I’ve recently received. Some relate to topics I’ve partially covered and others go into strategies that I haven’t previously discussed.

As always, we’ll start with the “3 Golden Rules of Kindle Publishing.” If you’ve read this section already, then feel free to skip ahead to the good stuff. But, if this is your first time here, I recommend you check out the following because it provides a background on why I make certain business decisions. [click to continue…]

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kdp-logoWelcome to the follow-up of the series where I answer your Kindle publishing questions.

(If you missed my first 15 responses, you can check out the article here.)

I originally intended this to be a lengthy, single post, but now it’s turned into something much, much bigger.

Since I’ve received over 200 responses, I’m going to answer every single question that you have about Kindle publishing (no matter how long that takes.)

This group of questions covers a few of my favorite topics: Researching book ideas, building relationships with readers and balancing everything with a blog.

Lots to cover, so let’s dive in… [click to continue…]

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kdp-logoWith the publication of my latest book (“23 Anti-Procrastination Habits”) I now have five habit-related Kindle books for my authority website DevelopGoodHabits.com (DGH).

I honestly feel that Kindle publishing is the best way to monetize a brand new blog or authority site. Unlike other income streams, you don’t need lots of web traffic. Instead, you can build your audience and sell books at the same time by leveraging Amazon’s platform.

Now, I know some readers don’t feel that Amazon is “right” for them. Others are having trouble getting started. So, I thought it would be useful to answer specific questions that you might have about the Kindle publishing process.

That’s why I recently sent this message to my email subscribers:

Kindle Publishing Question

The response back was phenomenal.

Almost two hundred people sent me their questions and comments about the Kindle publishing process. (A big thanks to everyone who took time to send your questions.)

At first, I was tempted to “cherry pick” the most common responses and reply to those. Instead, I’ve decided to turn these questions into a multi-part series of blog posts where I’ll do my best to cover every single response. Today, I’ll tackle the first 15 questions.

But first, let’s lay the groundwork with a concept that I call… [click to continue…]

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For all of July, I was traveling through Greece.  While I *wanted* to relax and take the month off, one day I suddenly felt inspired to write a short Kindle booklet. 

The result is called:

Is $.99 the New Free?  The Truth About Launching and Pricing Your Kindle Books

It will be free through Amazon’s KDP Select program for the next five days.

Starting today (August 12th) to the end of Friday (August 16th); you can grab a free copy directly from Amazon.

Read on to discover the details about this freebie. [click to continue…]

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The other day, I published my latest Amazon Kindle book, which is called:

Outsourcing Mastery: How to Build a Thriving Internet Business with an Army of Freelancers

For at least five days, this book is offered at the discounted rate of $.99.  And then it will go up to the $2.99 price that I charge for most of Kindle library.

If you’ve ever wanted to try outsourcing or need to free up more of your time, then read on to learn why you should pick up a copy of Outsourcing Mastery. [click to continue…]

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3 Books on “Kindle Publishing” for $.99

June 24, 2013

Get a 67% discount for the next three days and learn how to build your Kindle publishing business.

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How to “Launch” a New Website with a Free Kindle Book

June 20, 2013

There is no right time to start marketing a brand new website. Instead, you can launch it once you have an offer. In this post, you will lean how a Kindle book can be the best tool for spreading the word about a new business.

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$.99 Sale on 4 Kindle Books…

June 17, 2013

Steve has a limited time sale on four of his Kindle books. Check out this post to get more details.

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[Free Kindle Book] Email Marketing Blueprint – The Ultimate Guide to Building an Email List Asset

May 29, 2013

How do you build a successful email list? In Steve Scott’s latest book, he provides a step-by-step blueprint to maximizing your email campaigns.

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[Free Kindle] How to Find a Profitable Blog Topic Idea

April 27, 2013

Download the latest free Kindle book by Steve Scott. In this report, he reveals a step-by-step system for locating passion-based profitable blog ideas.

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[Free Kindle] 61 Ways to Sell More Nonfiction Kindle Books

March 13, 2013

For the next three days, I am running a free promotion of my latest guide: 61 Ways to Sell More Nonfiction Kindle Books. Read this post to get more details.

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