5 Profitable Low-Content Book Niches to Try

Hello friends! Welcome to the Low-Content Publishing For Beginners Video Series.

After taking some serious action, you’ve published a slew of lined journals and feel fully confident in the low-content publishing process. You’ve made a few sales, but you’re ready to really crank things up a notch, and more lined journals just don’t feel like the way to go when there are already THOUSANDS of them live on Amazon.

But, what to do next?

You don’t have to jump directly into designing super-complex interiors in obscure niches in order to diversify your book catalogue and start generating increased sales. If you’re more into the stepping stone approach, then watch today’s video to discover 5 profitable low-content book niches you can try that will get you out of lined-journal territory and exploring a few other intermediate-level low-content niches.

This is definitely not an exhaustive list—there are many other low-content book types you can try. But the types on this list offer a natural progression from lined journals and, as I said, can be looked at as stepping stones into more complex low-content book ideas.

For some examples of the types of low-content books discussed in this video, pop over to my blog:



For a complete walk through of the entire low-content book publishing process, be sure to download my free guide, 3 Steps to Publishing Your First Low-Content Book—In Less Than a Day, here: https://rachelharrisonsund.com/first-lc-book/

For more low-content book publishing tips, check out my blog: https://www.rachelharrisonsund.com/

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