The Kindle is increasing in popularity every day and this is driving a huge demand for Amazons e-book reader. After only a short time the huge demand is making amazon.com it extremely difficult for Amazon.com to keep up with the high number of daily orders. Whether you simply write in your spare time or as a full-time income, you can take advantage of this craze and monetize the ever-growing popularity of the Amazon Kindle by self-publishing your own e-book. Here are the key steps to self-publishing your own e-book and selling it quickly on the most popular online platform of its’ kind: Amazon.com.
Step One: Creating An E-book Outline
This is the most important part of your Amazon Kindle e-book; you must choose a niche. This is a perfect time to decide exactly what type of e-book you’d like to self-publish. Maybe you wish to write about romance, possibly an easy how-to guide, or even horror… Whichever niche you select, start by creating an outline. Creating an outline will not only help you gather your thoughts, but will assist you in ensuring that you cover the topic chosen in a methodical and in-depth manner.
Step Two: Start Writing
Once you’re ready to write your Amazon Kindle e-book, it’s time to reference your outline. Having your outline nearby, you’re able to write your e-book quickly and easily, while avoiding the plague experienced by most writers: writers’ block. Be sure to also use a popular word processor, such as Microsoft Word, which provides excellent language, spelling, and grammar tools that you can easily use to “comb” through your e-book from the introduction to the conclusion. Although most e-book writers tend to focus on length, just cover the necessary points and elements of your topic. Length isn’t important. However, never fill you e-books with “fluff”! Your reader’s aren’t looking for “fluff” or “filler” within your e-book, but rather solutions to their problems and desires.
Most people do not become successful on their own there is usually someone who has influenced their idea or strategy. If you have a product to sell, why not stand on the shoulders of those who have gone through the process of retailing before.
I am talking about Amazon. All small and midsize online retailers have faced the challenge of attracting customers and finding an efficient way to sell to those visitors. Many small and midsize online retailers have used affiliate marketing as a strategy to bridge that gap. However, the cost to use affiliates is becoming expensive. The commissions that retailers have to pay out to affiliates can be between 30-50 percent and sometime as high as 75 percent.
I am not here to criticize affiliates but to inform you that there are alternatives that can benefit you as well. Amazon estimates that they have 257 million credit card holders purchasing information on file.