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Make Money from Non-Fiction Kindle Books Would you like to maximize your royalties and build multiple passive income streams through Kindle publishing? Would you like to build a 6 figure plus “backend” business based on your book? Would you like to position yourself as an expert so that you can attract more and better clients and charge what you’re truly worth? Would Make Money from Non-Fiction Kindle Books Would you like to maximize your royalties and build multiple passive income streams through Kindle publishing? Would you like to build a 6 figure plus “backend” business based on your book? Would you like to position yourself as an expert so that you can attract more and better clients and charge what you’re truly worth? Would you like to use a book to generate hyper-targeted leads and rapidly grow your business? If any of these apply then this book was written for you! How to make money from non-fiction Kindle books: There are lots and lots of books available on how to write and how to market Kindle books. This is not a book about how to write or market Kindle books... This is a book about how to make money from non-fiction Kindle books. That distinction is critical. Before you even think about what to write or how to market your books you need to be crystal clear on how you plan to make money from them. Most people don’t bother and they leave a huge amount of money on the table as a result! They could be losing anywhere from thousands of dollars a year to tens of thousands or even hundreds of thousands… It depends on the number of Kindle books they have and the nature of their Kindle business and the crazy thing is they don’t even know it! I don’t want you to make that make that mistake. I don’t want you to leave thousands of dollars on the table month after month because you didn’t know how to tap into the multiple income streams that are possible through Kindle books. I don’t want you to be out of pocket to the tune of thousands of dollars because you weren’t aware of how simple pricing strategies can triple your royalties or double your leads overnight. This book will help you think through how you will make money from your non-fiction Kindle books so that you can maximize your income from each one. If you get this right then you have the chance to achieve something that’s both very rare and very special. You have the chance to build powerful income streams and start living life on your terms.


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Make Money from Non-Fiction Kindle Books Would you like to maximize your royalties and build multiple passive income streams through Kindle publishing? Would you like to build a 6 figure plus “backend” business based on your book? Would you like to position yourself as an expert so that you can attract more and better clients and charge what you’re truly worth? Would Make Money from Non-Fiction Kindle Books Would you like to maximize your royalties and build multiple passive income streams through Kindle publishing? Would you like to build a 6 figure plus “backend” business based on your book? Would you like to position yourself as an expert so that you can attract more and better clients and charge what you’re truly worth? Would you like to use a book to generate hyper-targeted leads and rapidly grow your business? If any of these apply then this book was written for you! How to make money from non-fiction Kindle books: There are lots and lots of books available on how to write and how to market Kindle books. This is not a book about how to write or market Kindle books... This is a book about how to make money from non-fiction Kindle books. That distinction is critical. Before you even think about what to write or how to market your books you need to be crystal clear on how you plan to make money from them. Most people don’t bother and they leave a huge amount of money on the table as a result! They could be losing anywhere from thousands of dollars a year to tens of thousands or even hundreds of thousands… It depends on the number of Kindle books they have and the nature of their Kindle business and the crazy thing is they don’t even know it! I don’t want you to make that make that mistake. I don’t want you to leave thousands of dollars on the table month after month because you didn’t know how to tap into the multiple income streams that are possible through Kindle books. I don’t want you to be out of pocket to the tune of thousands of dollars because you weren’t aware of how simple pricing strategies can triple your royalties or double your leads overnight. This book will help you think through how you will make money from your non-fiction Kindle books so that you can maximize your income from each one. If you get this right then you have the chance to achieve something that’s both very rare and very special. You have the chance to build powerful income streams and start living life on your terms.

30 review for Make Money from Non-Fiction Kindle Books: How to Maximize Your Royalties, Get Paid to Capture Leads and Rapidly Build a Successful "Backend" Business

  1. 5 out of 5

    Dave Weiss

    Really good little book with some timely tips on how to succeed in publishing books through KDP. I thoroughly enjoyed this short read.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Tyler Bird

    The Gatekeeper is gone Just like the democratization of journalism that blogs have done for articles, the opportunity to become a published author has never been better. John efficiently makes the case that if you have a story you can tell, it can be told without having to jump through the traditional publishing hoops.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Rob Sedgwick

    Really useful This is a really useful book that contains a lot of hard won experience. It's a couple of years old and mainly about the American market but neither of those things really mattered most of the advice was still pertinent.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Lucie

    Useful information. Well written.

  5. 5 out of 5

    wendy

    Good. Book I thourly enjoyed your book keep up the good. Work. I Look forward to more books by you. Keep on writing

  6. 5 out of 5

    Colin de Souza

    Big help to a newbie Thanks John! Just published my first book. Now with the help you have given me, I shall go about earning some money from it. Great advice, thanks so much !

  7. 4 out of 5

    Kirk G. Meyer

    The book was a free gift for signing up on the email list. It had some good information but seemed a duplication of the other book. Worth the time to read but don't expect too much new material.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Paisley

    Helpful Interesting. Didn't know some of the technical things like price ranges for certain royalties and Amazon rules. Nice to have a starting point for my own research to confirm

  9. 5 out of 5

    lisa rosberg

    Helpful Tips for Publishing on Kindle I think I did it backwards, but I read this book first. I liked it a lot, so now it's time to read Crush It with Kindle!

  10. 5 out of 5

    Tim Johnson

    This wasn't quite what I expected. It literally is a guide on maximizing royalties. I guess I should have read beyond the colon before I downloaded it. There really were some great insights provided for negotiating the Kindle Direct Publishing process though. Entering into the process with the knowledge supplied in Tighe's book really should give you a leg up on several important things: feedback, print on demand, pricing set points, royalties, etc.

  11. 4 out of 5

    K. A. Parker

    Make Money From Non-Fiction Kindle Books by John Tighe is a nice, friendly introduction into the world of non-fiction Kindle Publishing and marketing. I got it from a gi-mongous book promotion awhile ago that offered a bunch of books as a bundle, and this was one of them. While I already knew some of the things that were discussed in this book, like the 70%-royalty option on Amazon for Kindle e-books and that pricing matters a lot, it was still very nice to hear them from an understanding and Make Money From Non-Fiction Kindle Books by John Tighe is a nice, friendly introduction into the world of non-fiction Kindle Publishing and marketing. I got it from a gi-mongous book promotion awhile ago that offered a bunch of books as a bundle, and this was one of them. While I already knew some of the things that were discussed in this book, like the 70%-royalty option on Amazon for Kindle e-books and that pricing matters a lot, it was still very nice to hear them from an understanding and easy voice. Tighe's enthusiasm and clarity with how he talks about each as aspect of the process really shows his love for teaching, and it's that kind of voice that I miss these days in some books. He tells you exactly why it creating a series of books will help you get more traffic to your page rather than having a standalone book, the marketing advantages of having print version of your book for sale next to your e-book, and much more. And although this book doesn't go into depth on how to necessarily write said non-fiction books that would help your business, it's still worth reading. It's a nice way to get your feet wet.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Nick Vulich

    Great overview of how to monetize your Kindle book I've read several of John Tighe's books, and I think I like this one best. It's short, simple, and easy to read. I don't think there's anything really new here, but the information is presented well. Some of it is possibly over-hyped, like saying a published author can make $10,000, $20,000, or even $50,000 speaking. I don't think that's possible for most writer's - unless you've got one hell of a platform. That said, there is a lot of useful Great overview of how to monetize your Kindle book I've read several of John Tighe's books, and I think I like this one best. It's short, simple, and easy to read. I don't think there's anything really new here, but the information is presented well. Some of it is possibly over-hyped, like saying a published author can make $10,000, $20,000, or even $50,000 speaking. I don't think that's possible for most writer's - unless you've got one hell of a platform. That said, there is a lot of useful information packed in this 93 page volume. It's a great starting point for new and experienced authors who are trying to figure out what's next. How do I make a living in this crazy business? I got the book for 99 cents but even if you have to pay four or five dollars, you're going to get enough good, usable ideas to make your money back several times over. My thought is buy this book as a jumping off point. Use it to get ideas, then move on to other books that cover the topics you're interested in more detail. Just remember, writing is a process. Every day, and every book, brings you a little closer to your end point. You're end goal as an author is to hang in there, and complete the journey.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Tracey Pedersen

    I received this book on a free day otherwise I would most likely not have purchased it. There was no new information in here for me but I've been using Amazon and Kindle publishing for a couple of years now. For beginners there is a lot of useful information here about why you should publish on Amazon and all the different things you should do to be successful. There are a lot of personal stories just as other reviewers have said but how else will a reader know whether they should trust the I received this book on a free day otherwise I would most likely not have purchased it. There was no new information in here for me but I've been using Amazon and Kindle publishing for a couple of years now. For beginners there is a lot of useful information here about why you should publish on Amazon and all the different things you should do to be successful. There are a lot of personal stories just as other reviewers have said but how else will a reader know whether they should trust the advice of an author. The stories are useful so we know why this person is qualified to write books giving advice on Kindle publishing. My copy came with a free audio book and other information in the back which is a fabulous add-on. Worth a read if you're new to Kindle book publishing.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Bob Wilson

    This book was a mixed bag. The first part of the book had some helpful information. I would say the first half of the book was 3.5 stars. The last part of the book was 2 stars at best - a lot of statements about it is possible to make a lot of money, without giving anything actionable.

  15. 4 out of 5

    William Moseid

    This is a test of what occurs on Amazon Trying to get a particular "Book" to print while on Amazon via an iPad doesn't not work or work or work or work

  16. 5 out of 5

    Matt Miller

    This is written from the perspective of using a Kindle e-book as linkable content to sell other things such as; coaching services, audio programs and seminars and workshops. A well rounded book.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Steve Alvesteffer

  18. 5 out of 5

    Monica Hess

  19. 5 out of 5

    Steve Anderson

  20. 4 out of 5

    Cathryn

  21. 5 out of 5

    Aaron Lauritsen

  22. 5 out of 5

    Jamie Brydone-Jack

  23. 5 out of 5

    Andy

  24. 5 out of 5

    Nicole

  25. 4 out of 5

    Edwina Edwards

  26. 4 out of 5

    M. Power

  27. 5 out of 5

    Tony Jr.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Joyce MacDonald

  29. 4 out of 5

    Henry Butterfield

  30. 5 out of 5

    Pat

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