[text_block style=”style_1.png” align=”left” font_size=”18″]I published my first Kindle book in May 2012. Why am I telling you this? Because I first had the idea to publish a Kindle book in May 2011. For a whole year, I struggled with the how, what, where, and why.
Then, the most amazing thing happened…[/text_block]
[text_block style=”style_1.png” align=”left” font_size=”18″]So, I decided to ask what was stopping them. What were the obstacles standing in their way? After all, Amazon allows anyone from anywhere at no cost to publish books.
Here were the top obstacles:
Have you wrestled with any of these challenges?[/text_block]
[text_block style=”style_1.png” align=”left” font_size=”18″]Not only did I figure out a fast system for writing and publishing a Kindle book, but I also discovered a simple promotion technique to boost my rankings, sales and exposure at any time (see pic).
In case you might be confused with what you are looking at – this is an inside look into my Amazon Author Central Account.
The goal is to be as high on the chart as possible. That way you have the highest rankings and the most sales.
On September 27th, my rankings on Amazon plummeted to #244,000.
This is bad. You see Amazon’s system does a “de-latching process” when you drop out of the top #100,000 rankings. They want to cross promote and sell only the best-selling books.
Who can blame them?
By using this simple promotion technique, you can get results pretty quickly.
In fact, by October 9th (just 12 days later) I was ranking #60,748 – meaning I was now making many more sales.
Not only have this strategies worked for me, but for many of our students.[/text_block]