Publisher : Tiffany Shand
Course Language : English
Do you want to learn how to create and sell beautiful Kindle eBooks to millions of readers worldwide?
Stop searching now and welcome to “Kindle Publishing Crash Course”. It must have taken you a while to get here but believe me you’re at the right place.
Why write and publish an eBook?
The Internet has revolutionized so many industries and businesses. In the publishing world, in particular, it has levelled the playing field, allowing authors to take control and publish their work without having to go through the “gatekeepers,” i.e. traditional publishers. And over 99% of books put out on shelves by traditional publishers do not turn a profit – which means the author doesn’t earn anything.
If you’re an online marketer, entrepreneur, writer, blogger, or maybe a chef, here is why you should consider writing an eBook.
If you want to get noticed in the digital age, waiting for someone to choose you is the worst strategy. You have everything you need to start sharing your message today – fingers, keyboard, and the Internet.
Amazon is much more than an online shopping cart or web store. Amazon is a largest paid search engine in the world. People don’t Google things with their credit cards out, ready to buy, like they do with Amazon. Amazon dominates the book market. Amazon’s review system is an authority metric (even if someone plans to buy elsewhere). Amazon is a marketing machine. Once you start selling a certain number of copies, it refers your book to others who have never heard of you. Amazon makes it easy. You can publish elsewhere, but few places get your book online and ready in a matter of hours. When you publish first (and maybe exclusively) to Amazon, you concentrate your sales in a single place and can climb the best sellers lists faster. Yes, you can get published, see your message spread, and make good money using nothing more than a keyboard and your brain.
Learn from mistakes I made.
You might be wondering who I am. I’m Tiffany Shand. I’m a fiction and nonfiction author, I went through the exciting process of writing, publishing, and selling my first eBook on Amazon Kindle. Now I've published over 15 books on Amazon Kindle. Looking back on my experience, I definitely made some mistakes. But from those mistakes, I learned some valuable lessons, which I would like to pass on and so I came up with this course. In this course, I am going to share everything you need to get started as a beginner from writing, publishing, and marketing, and selling eBooks on Amazon Kindle.
This course follows a step-by-step approach to learn how to publish your eBook on Amazon Kindle.
Step 1 – Write – When publishing an e-book, the first step is, of course, to write it. Choosing the topic for your Book and understand what to write and how. Also it is important to identify and define the target audience for your eBook. This is where you spend some time developing what you want to say and how.
Step 2 – Format and Design – Once you’ve written a book you’re proud of, you need to format it for Kindle. Learn how you can do this quickly and easily without hustle. Design the cover. Please don’t skimp on this or try doing it yourself. Get your high quality and high converting cover image.
Step 3 – Publish – How do you actually make your book available for sale on Amazon? This is, perhaps, the part that intimidates most people and the truth is it shouldn’t. I will take you through every step required to publish, so that you can publish your first eBook right the first time around.
Step 4 – Promote – Now, you’re ready to tell the world about your book. But before you do that, you need some reviews. Reviews are important, because they’re your “social proof” that will legitimize your work to new readers. Discover the tips and trick to get the early reviews before it goes to the world. Once the book is published, remind your early readers to leave reviews.
Step 5: Launch – After you get some reviews, it’s time to launch your e-book. Every book launch should be unique, discover the thing things that work every time. Promoting a book would take more efforts than writing it, so learn how you can build your promotional strategy that would sell.
TAKE A STEP IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION BY ENROLLING IN THIS COURSE NOW!