Need a new side hustle? Why not make money with Kindle Publishing? Don’t worry, someone else can do the writing. All it takes is a little outsourcing. Places like Upwork make it really easy to find great writers. The great thing about Kindle Direct Publishing is that it has leveled the playing field. You no longer […]
E-publishing on Kindle, Android & Apple Devices
Kindle Direct Publishing allows you to self-publish eBooks and reach millions of readers on Amazon. It can also be an extremely lucrative business. Publishing a book takes less than 5 minutes, and your book appears on Kindle stores worldwide within a day or two. You can even earn up to 70% royalty on sales to […]
You have just crafted your eBook masterpiece… Check out our blog to see how you can make it available to all Apple device users. Do you have any advice when it comes to ePublishing specifically for Apple users?
E-publishing is all the rage. No longer do writers and other creative types have to prepare their manuscripts to send to major publishing houses for the purposes of reaching out to a mass audience. These days, writers, cartoonists, graphic novelists, photographers and other professionals can get their works seen, noticed, read and perused simply by using the proper tools and a few easy processes. I love the last section of this blog #4, regarding the Livebook Android E-Publishing Suite, check it out.
It is more feasible than most writers think to publish work. So once you have a written, edited and final copy of your work, you just need to learn how to self publish. Now marketing your new e-book may prove to be a little tricky. Always use social media and don’t turn to spam techniques to get the word out about it. Also, make sure to include links at the end of your book back to your website or list of other publishing’s as well as to a sign up for an email subscription. Creating smaller books to send out as training tools or advice is also a great way to get the word out about your book. Last, make sure you offer an actual print of your book. I now many writers are conflicted with that last piece of advice. What is your opinion on providing an option for an actual print?