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

Today I’m doing another free offer of my latest Kindle book:

How to Find a Profitable Blog Topic Idea

It’s a continuation of my “Better Blog Booklets” series where I provide step-by-step blueprints that help readers overcome the many obstacles related to blogging.

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

Starting today (April 27th) to the end of Friday (May 1st); you can download a free copy to your e-reader of choice.

Read on to grab a copy and learn how this book directly relates to the “Authority Internet Business” case study I’m launching in a few days.

[title color=”green-vibrant” align=”scmgccenter” font=”verdana” style=”normal” size=”scmgc-2em”]How to Find a Profitable Authority Blog Niche[/title]

You’ve probably noticed I haven’t posted much on this site for the last month or so.  That’s because I’m putting the final touches on my authority business website.  During this time, I realized that picking the right topic is probably the most important step in the process.  If you find the right market, then half the battle is already won.

In “How to Find a Profitable Blog Topic Idea” I detail the exact strategy I used to pick the authority website that I’ll reveal this Wednesday.  The idea behind this report is to help you locate a niche that has a perfect balance between passion and profitability.  It’s the same strategy that I used…so I know it works!

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Once again, I’m offering free copies (per Amazon’s KDP system) till midnight Pacific time on the 1st. So grab your copy while it’s still available.


I need your help!! In order to keep offering these free eBooks on a regular basis, I need reviews on Amazon. So I ask that you download this freebie and submit a review if you find this information to be useful. (Here is the link to the book in the Amazon marketplace.)

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I know some people have had trouble accessing my books in the past. The truth is you don’t need a Kindle! There are a variety of free ways you can read a Kindle eBook:

In short, it’s really simple to read Amazon Kindle books – No matter what type of device you use to access the Internet.

If you still have trouble accessing this Kindle book, please send me an email: stevescottsite[at]gmail[dot]com before the end of Wednesday the 1st and I’ll sort you out.


Here is the download link to my free book ==> http://www.stevescottsite.com/blogtopic

And here’s the link to the UK Version ==> http://www.amazon.co.uk/Profitable-Topic-Better-Booklets-ebook/dp/B00CJBYHJS/

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Like I hinted before, I’ve put the finishing touches on the website that will be the focus of the Authority Internet Business case study.   It’s ready for the world to see.  All that’s left is writing the blog post for this site that officially kicks off the project.

So be sure to check back here Wednesday for more details.  After that, I’m going to get back into a regular blogging schedule where I’ll post a lot of content related to this project.

I’m really excited about this case study!

Hopefully you share my enthusiasm.  🙂

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9 thoughts on “[Free Kindle] How to Find a Profitable Blog Topic Idea”

      • That’s what I find inspiring. I have a good work rate myself, but I still find encouragement from others who are working hard.

        I’m kind of in a similar position to yourself. I love writing and have already planned out my next several books (sections, intros etc.) Previously, you mentioned to me that it is very difficult to maintain a blog and write books. I agree with this wholeheartedly.

        Though it isn’t impossible. At the moment I want to write more good content on my blog, increase traffic, and develop a readership. I can still write books, but the process will be slower.

        They are both different beasts. I love the interaction that I get through blogging and I love that I can write about any subject and get it out there intantly. However, it does feel more of an accomplishment when a book finally gets released – plus long term, it brings in good money 🙂

        Feel free to buzz me if you ever need a tweet or share for your books.


        • Kevin — I’ve kind done of a 180 on the “no blogging” comment. What I’ve come to realize is you definitely need some sort of brand behind Kindle books. It’s not easy to write free content and run a blog, but I think long-term that might be the way to go. That’s what I’m trying to do with the authority Internet business case study.

          Anyway, the same goes here. Let me know if you need help with anything.

          • Thanks Steve.

            That’s kind of the way I was thinking about it. Plus, I think it is always dangerous to put all your eggs in one basket.

            My first big kindle book has sold really well, and I know that I can capable of writing many more books. I also know that the market is getting busier. Many people are releasing books on Amazon, you only need to view webmaster forums like warriorforum, sitepoint, digitalpoint, etc, to see that in action. A lot of these people don’t even own a blog yet are releasing books on how to blog (blind leading the blind).

            From one point of view, this is good, as well-written books should get more positive reviews and rise to the top of the rankings. However, I can’t help but feel that too many bad books being released into the market dilutes the quality and reduces sales for good authors. Perhaps I’m wrong, perhaps more authors encourages more people to buy books….but it could be more people fighting over the same audience. Which there is a risk of happening if Amazon attracts bad writers who are willing to churn out bad book after bad book to get the odd sale.

            In that respect, the review system is vital. Though that is something that is easily gamed. There are many services that sell reviews and I’m not sure how Amazon can stop that.

            That being said, it is not something I worry about. I just think it is prudent for us to try and build our blogs as well. I know from my previous blogs that I can make good money from my blogs. I also know that bloggers with a lot of traffic who have published books have received many positive reviews, even if their books were not that good. So a high traffic blog will not only give peace of mind from a security point of view, it will also help sell your books easier.

            It is important to get the balance right. Ideally, I would like to bring some people in to help me with articles long term so that my time is freed up for writing projects I want to follow.

            What’s the URL of your authority Internet business case study?


            • Hey Kevin,

              I agree wholeheartedly with that. There’s been a huge surge in books lately on Amazon… Fortunately most take the “easy” road and don’t create quality. That was one of the major reasons I decided to 180 on my blogging decision. I know building a loyal audience is the “secret sauce” to the Kindle stuff.

              Actually, I just posted an update to the authority site project. Here is the URL: http://www.stevescottsite.com/authority-website-revealed

              Let me know what you think!


  1. Hi Steve,
    I’ve heard a lot about your kindle books before but, I’ve not had the chance and the opportunity to give one a read.

    Many have confessed positively about the impacts those books have created on them and it seems I’m the only left.

    I will see if i can give this one a read ASAP.

    Thanks for sharing.

    • Thanks Valentine — Glad to see you’re interested. Feel free to let me know if you need help with a certain area, and I can tell you which book would be best.

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