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Amazon has levelled the playing field for small publishers (that’s me and you) by letting one to publish on Kindle and Create Space Amazon’s Publish On Demand or POD service) with out them costing a cent, provided the content complies with their Terms of Service (TOS). That removes every one of the barriers to self publishing which has stopped many people from succeeding.
The traditional route of approaching publishers suffering rejection often for years on end is finished. This has allowed some individuals to generate all of their income publishing on Kindle. But most individuals will perhaps never write a novel.
So here’s how we are able to do it, we will be publishing Non Fiction Information Products (books) and we’re going to provide outstanding value and content. At first glance this will likely look little different from selling Information Products on eBay. With Kindle every one of the delivery is conducted in your case electronically, you’ll find no products to ship. It is often a real set and lose focus on business. You can also sell the same content on eBay and deliver as a physical product yourself.
There are many really HOT markets on Kindle so we will take a glance at these, surprisingly the “Make Money Online” products are NOT big sellers so it might be better to stay away from these, at least at the start until we’ve got learned to advertise our other products correctly.
WHAT TO PUBLISH
We are going to publish our very own variety of books on Kindle and elsewhere therefore we need content, and then we have four options:
Write it ourselves, frustrating and a few would say tedious and let’s say you’re feeling you are unable to write (actually most of us can).
Get your book ghost written in your case, you can use a service such as e-lance, The Warrior Forum or Student Gems to locate worker that will try this to suit your needs. This is a costly option and you will probably must provide a very tight specification to the work.
Use Public Domain Content: There can be a pret
ty good chance that the popular content will already be on Kindle but there is an abundance of Public Domain content that has not exploited I have a strategy for getting Public Domain works accepted for Kindle EVEN if it really is already available for the site.
Compile your book from PLR (Private Label Rights) Materials, this is an excellent option but you will need to approach this in the correct way otherwise your books is going to be rejected by Amazon.
What we’ve got to always remember is always that Kindle Publishing can be a numbers game so we need to have lots of content.