Steps to Launch a Bestseller On Amazon Kindle

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  1. Hi Jonathan

    I really appreciate all the information you offer. I think you work REALLY hard 🙂 (If you don’t then you are doing a good job of making it seem that way)
    I’ve been reading your posts for a couple of months. I’m a new author with a currently almost non-existent platform and I don’t live in the USA. While the steps you suggest make sense to me (sort of because I haven’t actually tried it yet), I wonder whether it really is effective for a total unknown to try this. I’m left with questions about the spend-earn ratio, especially given the free and discounted sales approach. I am also faced with a killer USD exchange rate so buying traffic can add up quickly. Is it still worth it to try this approach and launch on Amazon? Are there other alternatives?

    I’m curious to hear what you suggest.

    1. Buying traffic from Amazon ads always works for me as I make more money than I spend and the same applies to the other places I buy traffic. While Facebook can be quite expensive to get into, Amazon Ads starts at around $3 a day. If you can’t afford that, then you need to start with something else first to build up your war chest.

  2. Do you ever use Amazon PPC services to help promote books? We work with a lot of sellers that are promoting books they authored. Curious to know what your results have been.

    1. I run a TON of Amazon ads. I took a look at your software and it appears to focus on Amazon physical. That’s a completely different ad platform with a different login. I WISH the author side came with that much data. I run ads continually to keep my books up the charts post-launch.