How To Make Money With Amazon Kindle EBook

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Amazon Kindle EBook

In this article, I’ve discussed the publishing of an Amazon Kindle EBook is another simple way of making consistent passive long term income.

Did you know that Amazon is the biggest competitor to Google than any other search engine like Yahoo or Bing?

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Amazon Kindle EBook Guide

Publishing an Kindle eBook is another simple way of generating consistent passive income.
Did you know that Amazon is the biggest competitor to Google than any other search engine like Yahoo or Bing?

More shoppers try to search a product on Amazon than on any traditional search engine.

When people want in-depth information on a specific topic, they don’t search for blog posts on Google but instead, try to find a highly recommended book on Amazon.

Your aim should be to leverage the power of Amazon.com’s growing outreach and popularity to generate a stable passive income source.

More: Amazon.com: Kindle Edition: Books

Amazon Kindle EBook Is Suitable For:

Those People who have in-depth knowledge on a certain topic.

Those who love to do research and explain it in an easily understood from.

Skills Required For Amazon Kindle Ebook:

Ability to provide:

  • Detailed insights on a particular topic.
  • Some extraordinary tips for solving people’s problems.

Time Required For Creating An Amazon Kindle eBook:

The time required completely depends on the creator of the eBook. What topics he/she wants to cover? How many details does the creator want to include?

These are the important factors that define the time required.

More: Amazon.com: Kindle Store

Important Tips For Amazon Kindle Ebook:

1. Research, research, and research. It is the key to successful Kindle eBook product.

Research about what people are looking for in the domain related to your eBook’s topic.

For example, if you are creating an eBook on ‘Yoga exercises to lose weight’ look for how many people are looking for yoga exercises to lose weight on the internet and Amazon? What are their expectations from a book?

You can easily conduct this research by studying the comments, reviews, and popularity of the existing competitor’s books on Amazon.

2. Write for one reader. When you know your ideal reader, you know how much he/she already knows.

You can avoid boring him/her with obvious information, and you can provide exactly the information he/she’s looking for.

3. Check out how many people are asking questions on the topic you have chosen, using websites such as Quora, Yahoo Answers, and WikiAnswers.

More questions mean more people are looking for answers and that’s a good sign.

5. Look out for the market gaps in your selected domain. And see whether there’s demand for some topic, see whether your eBook can cater that demand.

6. Visit Amazon.com and see how many books are present in your selected domain. Are people buying those books?

This will help you to understand the demand and purchasing ability of the market in your domain.

7. Find a few friendly readers who match your ideal reader profile and give them your first draft.

Not only will they help make your book better, it will also boost your confidence.

More Tips:

How To Monetize Kindle eBook

Sign up to Kindle Direct Publishing Program, with this you award exclusive distribution rights for your Kindle eBook to Amazon.

This will allow you to sell your eBook in all the countries where Amazon.com is available giving it a massive exposure at launch.

Create a small niche site on the related topic and promote your eBook through it. The more eBooks you sell the more money you make.


Wikipedia: Amazon Kindle EBook

The Amazon Kindle is a series of e-readers designed and marketed by Amazon.com. Amazon Kindle devices enable users to browse, buy, download, and read e-books, newspapers, magazines and other digital media via wireless networking to the Kindle Store.[3]

The hardware platform, developed by Amazon subsidiary Lab126, began as a single device and now comprises a range of devices, including e-readers with E Ink electronic paper displays, Android-based tablets with color LCD screens and Kindle applications on all major computing platforms.

All Kindle devices integrate with Kindle Store content and as of January 2017, the store has over five million e-books available in the US.[4]

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