Many bloggers use the phrase “leveling up” when they talk about improving your life, career or business. The way I interpret it is taking something that works and making it even better.
When it comes to a Kindle business, one way you can level it up is to build a team around your books.
The problem with Kindle publishing is it isn’t very scalable. You only have so much time to write and edit, work with graphic designers, and promote your books.
If you want to create more books, you need to put more time into your business. This is the wrong approach because you’ll eventually run out of time to write—reaching a sort of “critical mass” with your publishing efforts.
A simpler solution is to reinvest the income you’ve made and focus on building a team to help you grow your business.
As an example, in my most recent Traffic & Income report, I talked about how my authority Kindle business (DevelopGoodHabits.com) currently has a net income of $18,679.73. Instead of spending this money on a fun vacation, I’m putting it back into the business by hiring talented, smart people to grow my business.
In this article, I’ll show you the seven-step blueprint I’m currently using to build a Kindle-based team and explain how you can follow the same steps to enhance your book business.