Learn how to profit from Kindle self-publishing by reading Ryan Deiss’s Kindle Publishing Revolution.
Although writing and book publishing have always been key tools for personal brand building, as I described in a recent blog post for Dan Schawbel’s Personal Branding Blog, now it’s easier than ever to get started.
Putting the Kindle to work
As I described in my post, however, self-publishing success with the Amazon Kindle requires more than knowing how to write and format a book. It requires a fundamental shift in strategy, both before and after publishing your book.
Ryan Deiss’s Kindle Publishing Revolution does an excellent job of introducing the best ways to take advantage of take advantage of publishing with the Amazon Kindle, including topics like reader preferences for crucial topics like:
To learn even more, from an author who has self-published a Kindle book using the techniques described in Ryan Deiss’s Kindle Publishing Revolution, attend next week’s Published & Profitable book coaching interview with John Lawlor, who recently published The Mental Makeover: Kick Your ‘Buts’ Goodbye!
I’ll be interviewing John Tuesday, January 22, at 4 PM Eastern. John and I will be discussing topics like:
- The origins of the The Mental Makeover
- The initial steps he took to bring the project to length
- The steps involved in formatting text for the Amazon Kindle
- Marketing and pricing options and decisions
- Lessons he’s learned during the Kindle publishing process
Looking to the future
Next Tuesday’s call offers you a unique opportunity to learn from a first-time publisher who used Ryan Deiss’s ideas and is already looking forward to future self-publishing projects!
All Published & Profitable friends and members are invited to attend this free book coaching call, Tuesday, January 22, at 4 PM Eastern. You’ll gain valuable insights into Kindle publishing and get a chance to ask your questions about writing, publishing, and blogging a book. To attend, simply call 605-475-6150 and enter PIN 513391#. Learn more about Ryan’s book here and John’s published book here, and share your comments, below.