I’ve received some questions about the two Kindle self-publishing programs I purchased, loved, and have recommended to YOU over the past week.
Here are the relevant posts.
The questions boiled down to: what’s the diff? Who are they for? Which is for you? 🙂
Here we go…
Kindle Bestseller is a complete guide, with audio, text, and video, for anyone who’s new to Kindle self-publishing.
There’s a mass of material here. You can take it step by step, from choosing a topic or (genre if you’re writing fiction), right through to publishing AND promoting your ebooks.
Promotion is the key. I know some writers hate the very idea of pushing people to read their books. Although I’ve had many arguments over this (why, oh why?), it boils down to this. You’re doing people a favor when you promote your books.
Seriously. I’m a voracious reader. I read many books each week. Sometimes I read a book a day, or even two books a day, as I did on the weekend. For someone like me, it’s hard to find books I want to read. Currently I’m working my way through Georgette Heyer for the umpteenth time, because I can’t find anything new I want to read.
So, take pity on people like me (there are a lot of us), who love to read, and love to hear about new books. Promote your books. Look on it as a public service. 🙂
In Kindle Bestseller, Derek gives you many different ways to promote. They’re fun. Several I hadn’t considered. By the way – NONE of them ask you to push your book at people. If you’re tweeting “buy my book”, you’re doing it wrong. That sort of thing is completely unnecessary.
To wrap up, Kindle Bestseller is for new self-publishers, and for those writers who know they’re missing vital pieces of the writing and selling puzzle.
See this post, Kindle Salvation: Creating Bestsellers from Go to Whoa, for the bonus you receive when you get the program via my link.
Kindle Day Job Killer: Make Your Ebooks Sell
I spend an hour or two on the Kindle bookstore each day (see above, I read a LOT.) What I see there often makes me cringe.
In Kindle Day Job Killer, Martin Kerrigan not only shares with you the niches which have hungry buyers, but also helps you to get your ebooks to the top of Amazon’s top seller listings.
He’s developed a great package for you. If you were only to implement ONE of his strategies, you’ll sell more ebooks. Implement them all, and the sky’s the limit.
Over the next couple of years, major publishers will be dumping their massive backlists onto the Kindle. That means that there will be a lot more competition.
Luckily, most of them have no clue. You will, with Kindle Day Job Killer. I’ve read this program a couple of times, and will read it again. It’s important.
This program is for new Kindle authors, AND established authors who want to kickstart and energize sales. There’s a ton of strategies here.
Please see this post, Why Your Kindle Ebooks Aren’t Selling for the bonus I give you, if you buy through my link.
Why am I recommending these programs?
One reason – the same reason that compels me to blog: writers FINALLY have some control over their careers. The gatekeepers have gone. What you do with your career is up to you. I want you to do well.
Enjoy these programs. I’m studying them as if they were holy writ; I know they’ll make a difference to clients’ sales, to my own, and to yours.
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