Kindle publishing passive income

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Kindle publishing passive income

FINALLY: You Can Outsource 95% of Your Amazon Kindle Empire for Pennies!
Over the last few months I've seen hundreds of Kindle publishers struggle to make good money. Even though they put out book after book, they just aren't getting the kind of passive income they'd always wanted.

And it wasn't very long ago that I was in the same boat. I was publishing Kindle books in all kinds of niches, but just wasn't getting any sales.

I Was Wasting Precious Time

We all have a finite amount of time on this earth. This time is the most precious thing we have, and I don't want to waste it writing dozens of Kindle books!

This affected my family time, other businesses, and even my health.

I Started Wasting Money

My next step was to outsource Kindle ebook creation. I figured that it'd be easy- just pay someone a few bucks and I get a quality book, right?

....Yeah right.

I actually started wasting even MORE time editing what my outsourcers sent back than it took my to write the book myself! And to make it worse- I was paying money to make this happen.

Finally, I got fed up and focused on the essentials. After a lot of trial and error, I developed a little system to let me publish Kindle books for dirt-cheap in very easy, huge niches.

What I finally developed was a simple system that just about anyone can do. Even if you don't have a lot of technical skills- you can start outsourcing your Kindle empire in no time.

In The Course, you'll discover

•How to outsource 95% of the work for less than $10

•The best 3 niches for outsourcing
•How to choose keywords for the title
•How to find quality outsourcers
•Why giving away your book for FREE is a good thing
•How to create ecovers in less than 5 minutes
•How to make your book more professional than the competition

Yes! You Can Outsource a 100% Passive Income Stream

With the exploding Amazon Kindle marketplace, it's as simple as 1-2-3.

1) Find a niche with good keywords

2) Outsource the creation of the book

3) Upload the ebook and cover

That's it! You're basically letting your outsourcer do the dirty work while you sit back and enjoy that passive income.

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Lessons

  1. Chapter 1: Where to Start

    I’m going to assume that you already have a Kindle account set up. If you don’t, go ahead and do it right here:
  2. Chapter 2: The Top 3 Kindle Niches for Outsourcing

    After doing quite a bit of testing, I’ve determined that there are 3 niches that are MUCH easier to outsource than the rest.
  3. Chapter 3: Choosing Topics

    Once you’ve selected your niche, you can start looking at specific keywords within that niche.
  4. Chapter 4: Web Research

    Even though your outsourcer will do most of the legwork, it’s a good idea to do a little research yourself first.
  5. Chapter 5: Finding the Right Outsourcer

    I’ll say upfront that this is NOT a complete guide on how to find outsourcers.
  6. Chapter 6: Graphics- Creating Your eBook Cover

    Ultimately it’s up to you.
  7. Chapter 7: Description, Title, and Series

    To help your book rank well in search engines, you want a good title and description.
  8. Chapter 8: Formatting and Uploading

    Some people make a really big deal out of this. Personally, I haven’t had too many issues, but maybe that’s because I use Microsoft Word? Perhaps other programs cause issues.
  9. Chapter 9: Pricing

    As far as pricing goes- it kind of depends on what kind of book you made.

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