Results from My First 30 Days On KDP with Low Content Books – Print On Demand


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A quick summary:

KDP stands for Kindle Direct Publishing and it is a free self publishing platform for e-books and paperback books. It works similar to Merch By amazon in that you upload a cover and interior designs and Amazon handles the rest. From printing and shipping the book to returns and customer service. Unlike Merch By Amazon there are no limits to how many listings you can create and you have more opportunity to optimize listings.

* RESULTS FROM MY FIRST MONTH:
* 643 live books
* $36.80 in profit
* 20 total books sold
* UK was the biggest single marketplace
* All of these are low content journals with college ruled lines on the interior

Make sure you guys take a look at these channels to get some great advice on starting your KDP journey:

StackinProfit: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0mQ5AgWwp4qKDGEoZrDcjA
Jacob Bates: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCe72hY2l9Nm2B9Fl6jMp3eA
RJ Martinez: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgUAPPjwz–1MRiEojS1QPw

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My Favorite Tools & Resources:
★Merch Informer (Ultimate Research): https://merchinformer.com/427.html

GetBookReport: https://www.getbookreport.com/
Book Bolt: https://bookbolt.io/
Book Bolt Automation: https://automation.bookbolt.io/
Tangent Templates for Interiors: https://templates.tangent.rocks/

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