KINDLE PUBLISHING?Kindle Publishing is an entire industry that operates off Amazon's publishing platforms. This includes Kindle Direct Publishing (KDP), Createspace and ACX. The goal is to publish text based content the market wants and get royalties for each unit sold in return. With KDP, Createspace and ACX, you can publish ebooks, paperbacks and audiobooks easily. The business model becomes passive once you outsource the production and marketing activities to someone else. What you're left with is the core tasks of: Keyword research and Market research. When done correctly, you can have a stable, full-time passive income stream for years to come. The main steps of Kindle publishing include, Keyword research, Hiring a ghostwriter, Getting a cover designed, Uploading and launching and finally setting your business to run automatically.
THE STEPS TO KINDLE SUCCESS
KEY SUCCESS COMPONENTS
Keyword research is almost 90% of your success indicator in the business. It's not 90% of the work, but it is the biggest factor in deciding whether you will succeed or not. A good keyword will see you make money within the first month and a bad keyword can see your initial investment gone forever. Learn how to find profitable keywords with these effective methods.
The next most important activity of Kindle publishing after keyword research is the launch. A successful launch will skyrocket your book on the first page and grab most of the sales for that keyword. A bad launch will see your book make ZERO sales. There isn't much of an in-between, you either land on the first page and begin selling or you don't.
One of the biggest rules in the Kindle business is to never stop publishing. Or at least that was the rule before. But, none of the above sounds ideal if passive income is your goal. And that’s where AMS comes in. AMS stands for Amazon Marketing Services. It’s the internal ad system they have to promote products.