This course is ideal for: Indie authors who want to sell on Amazon
You will discover:
How to make your book available to sell on Kindle internationally within 48 hours (or sooner)
What you need to know about formatting your book, a non-designer’s guide
Where to access and take advantage of Amazon’s exclusive promotional opportunities for Kindle ebooks
Why you need to choose the right category to ensure your book is easily found
Where you can make small adjustments that will have the biggest impact on your ebook sales.
“I liked that it took me through all the steps, even the ones I hadn’t really considered necessary. I have successfully published my first novel to Kindle via KDP!”
– Dannielle Cresp, Self-publish your Novel on Kindle graduate
If you’re an indie author, you can take your book to a global audience when you publish on Kindle. It means that readers from all over the world can find your work – and buy from you!
While there are other ebook platforms like Apple, Kobo, and Barnes & Noble, most indie authors find that the lion’s share of their books are purchased via Amazon’s Kindle store. In fact, more than 80% of English-language ebooks are purchased on Kindle instead of the other platforms.
The ebook market is still growing, and indie authors currently capture 35% of all ebook sales from the entire Kindle store. Imagine, your book featuring on the virtual bookshelf right next to a Big Five title!
However, if you want to be a successful indie self-published author, it’s vital that you look professional, follow the right protocols and maximise your chance for success.
That’s why we’re here to help.
While some indie authors are happy to immerse themselves in the technical side of publishing on Kindle, or are prepared to bumble through the maze of options they need to go through with Amazon, we know that successful self-publishing involves making the RIGHT choices. The kind of choices that will maximise your chances of readers finding you – and buying your book(s).
“I liked that it was straightforward and to the point, addressed information required to self-publish on Kindle, and how it explained where to find any further information and resources.”
Rochelle Miller, Self-publish your Novel on Kindle graduate