When it comes to the topic of how to rebuild your ebooks – and more importantly making remarkable money with them – I’ve done a lot of hard thinking and researching.
Frankly, I’m not so concerned about your ebooks sales as I am with my own but I digress already… 🙂
This page focusses on the practical realities of rebuilding ebook sales on Amazon, that 900-pound gorilla of publishing. Of course these experiments and processes will have an impact on all outlets, but my main target is the Kindle Universe.
Like a lot of things, this page and blog is a work-in-progress. All posts on this subject will be linked here and if you’re interested, I invite you to subscribe for updates.
My Personal Story
We all know if we ignore something it will eventually either go away or break. In this case, my ebook sales just withered away because I screwed up.
Seven Components You Need To Know To Rebuild Your Ebooks
Each of the following sections is equally important in this process (something it took me a very long time to realize).
Author Note: Over the next few months, I’ll be posting notes about each of these topics as I work my way through rebuilding my entire library (over 25) of ebooks.
This is one of the ongoing adventures as the Net changes and morphs over time. What was an acceptable practice just a few short years ago is no longer either acceptable or functional. I’ll document my adventures here as I move forward with this entire project.
I currently write in both fiction and non-fiction. The non-fiction includes this blog, projected ebooks here and gardening. The fiction is over at my DFrankGreen.com website. I’ll be reporting on all three of these here as I experiment and move forward.