In this Kindle Publishing course for self-published authors, I will show you the steps you need to take in order to successfully publish your book on Amazon, through Kindle Direct Publishing.
You will learn how to Research the elements that make up a bestselling book in your niche or genre and then how to Write effective copy that will hook readers and entice them to buy your book.
You will learn step-by-step how to actually publish your ebook through KDP and also whether or not you should place your book exclusively within KDP Select.
Research the Bestselling Authors and Books in Your Particular Niche or Genre
Are there certain authors in your niche or genre that seem to be amongst the bestsellers, time and time again?
Perhaps they have a huge following or just write incredible books, but the chances are that there are a number of things that you can learn from both them and their books.
In the section on Researching, you will discover:
Write Compelling Copy that Will Sell Your Book on its Amazon's Sales Page
You may well have written your book, but that doesn't mean you still don't have some more writing to do. This particular type of writing is totally different to the creative writing you have been doing up until this point. And requires a totally different skill set.
In the section on Copywriting, you will learn:
An Over-the-shoulder Look At How To Publish a Book on the Amazon Kindle Store
Once you have researched the ideal categories and keywords for your book and have also written the perfect copy, the next stage is of course to actually go onto KDP and publish your book.
And I thought the best way to show you how to do this was to take you step-by-step through the Kindle Publishing process.
In the section on Publishing To KDP, you will learn
Is Exclusivity the Correct Choice For You?
Before you click on that Publish button, you still have a very important decision to make, namely whether to place your book exclusively with KDP Select.
And in the section on Selecting, you will find out:
At the end of each section of the course, I have included:
By the end of this Kindle Publishing course, you will have all the elements correctly in place to successfully publish your ebook on Amazon.
In the last few years, from his mountain home in the heart of Europe, David has primarily focused on print on demand and self-publishing, during which time he has created over 5,000 designs and published over 1,000 books. In addition to this, David has taught online courses to over 50,000 students, mainly in the print on demand and self-publishing niches, and is currently half-way through writing his first series of YA fiction novels.