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Putting Your eBook Sales on Autopilot
How to order the recording:
- If you order the recording, you will get a link to the recorded video of the online webinar.
Amazon.com recently announced that its monthly eBook sales have surpassed its print book sales. This revolution means the market for your eBooks is burgeoning. If you are ready.
But how do you enter this market? How do you convert your books into eBooks? And what’s the difference between Kindle format, ePub and PDF? Does your book need to be in all formats? Which is the most profitable? How do you sell them—through Amazon, other sites, or your own site? What’s a standard royalty or commission?
Learn how to tap into the largest and fastest-growing marketplaces with a highly scalable and automated plan. If executed well, you will reach a wider audience, uncover new niches, realize a larger profit, and create a closer connection with your readers.
As the demand for eBooks accelerates, the advantage goes to nimble authors, experts, and publishers who are able to stand out and rise above the noise.
In this webinar, Brian shows you relevant Web pages to demystify key parts of the eBook process.
You will learn:
- why you need to enter the digital publishing industry now!
- how to uncover reachable niches
- what successful eBook authors are doing that you can use
- how to automate product fulfillment so you can focus on your business
- create a scalable marketing process
- tap an army of highly motivated commission-only salespeople
More about our guest expert:
“Authorpreneur” Brian Schwartz is an award-winning author and creator of the “50 Interviews” series, which has published more than 20 titles in the last two years. Driven by the need to find a cost-effective way as a micro-niche publisher to reach a worldwide market, he has been entrenched in the digital publishing field since 2008 and knows first-hand what works and what doesn’t.
He launched KindleExpert.com in 2010 to assist other authors and publishers take advantage of the shift in technology and get their own books published to the major eBook marketplaces. He currently serves as vice president of the Colorado Independent Publishers Association, has spoken twice for the National Speakers Association, and writes a monthly column for the Northern Colorado Business Report.