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Using your Kindle eBook to gain market reach is important to marketing. Here are some thoughts from author Kathleen Gage.

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Looking for a new way to get in front of potential book buyers? Try your hand at publishing a Kindle book. It’s one of the easiest ways to get your material published…fast!

I couldn’t believe how simple the process was from the very first attempt.

What’s great is you don’t need an ISBN to publish your Kindle version book. You can publish just about anything including:

  • eBooks
  • Reports
  • Articles
  • Blogs
  • Books
  • Transcripts

The fact is, if you can write it you can publish in Kindle.

There are a few reasons you would publish in Kindle. One, to be published. Two, to make money. Three, to build market reach and credibility. Four, to build your opt in list.

If you’ve been dreaming of being a published author and are not yet there, Kindle is a great first step. There is virtually nothing easier.

You don’t have to publish a full length book. Nope. You can publish information you have on your computer. It’s really that simple. So no more excuses.

Although you can make money with Kindle you likely won’t get rich. If getting rich is your main motivator you may want to rethink why you are publishing with Kindle. However, Kindle books can lead to other, more lucrative opportunities.

One of the best reasons to publish a Kindle book is for market reach and credibility. Yet, you can’t simply get your Kindle book up and expect sales to flood in. Any author who wants to get the most traction for your published works needs to be very proactive with marketing and promotions. There’s no way around this.

The more you market the more visibility you get. The more visibility the more sales. The more sales the more likely readers are to visit your blog and/or website. When you optimize your sites you are prepared for visitors with an opt-in opportunity.

Ignore setting your site up so visitors can opt-in for something and you miss lots of great opportunities. Make sure your site is ready for the traffic you generate.

As you can see Kindle books serve many purposes, the most important of which is to create high quality information for your readers. Create high quality information and you set yourself up for greater success.

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