How to Make Real Money on Amazon Kindle?

With Kindle Direct Publishing (KDP), you can self-publish your book on Amazon and start making money in as little as 24 hours.

Sounds a whole lot better than waiting months or even years to find an agent, get a book deal, and go through all the rigmarole of working with a traditional publishing platform, right?

And that’s not even the best part…

Amazon lets you keep more of your money. A lot more.

With over 90 million Prime subscribers in the United States alone, Amazon’s Kindle store reach is huge.

Self-publishing with Amazon KDP is absolutely, positively, 100% free.

In short:

Kindle publishing makes it so that anyone can self-publish a book and sell it on Amazon.

The only problem?

If you want your book to be a hit, if you want it to make real money, you can’t simply “publish and pray.” You need a strategy.

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That’s why I created this comprehensive, step-by-step guide.

I’ll show you how to validate your book idea before you begin writing, how to set up a pre-launch sequence, how to properly price your book, how to promote it, and more.

Let’s jump in…

* How to Validate Your Book Idea (Before You’ve Written a Single Word)

* How to Package Your Book Like a Bestseller

* Before Your Book Launch: How to Create a Rock-Solid Plan

* Book Launch: Step-by-Step Guide (with Examples)

* After Kindle Publishing Your Book: Keep the Book Sales Going and the Royalties Coming In

* Common Questions (Not Covered Elsewhere)


How to Validate Your Book Idea (Before You’ve Written a Single Word)

If you want your powerful words to be read by millions, you need to make sure there’s an existing audience of millions waiting to read them.

No one wants to waste their time writing a book nobody will want to read.

That’s why it’s important to validate your book idea by sizing up the competition. You do that by answering three questions:

Are there similar books? If you can’t find a book similar to yours in the Amazon marketplace, it means you don’t have a good idea (because no one is that original).

Can you compete? Checking the competitive landscape gives you an idea of how well your book can sell.

Are there enough buyers? You want to make sure enough people want the type of book you plan on writing to make it worth your time.

You can find the answers to these questions in three steps:

Step #1: Find Your Category On Amazon

Step #2: Check Your Category’s Top 20 Books For Similar Topics

Step #3: Check The Best Seller Rank Of The Top Books In Your Category


Read more here.

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